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  • 1. When and where is Spring Fever in the Garden held?
    Spring Fever in the Garden takes place on Saturday, April 6th from 9 am to 5pm and Sunday, April 7th from 10am to 4pm on Plant Street in downtown Winter Garden.
  • 2. How can I find my way around the event?
    Visit the Spring Fever in the Garden website to access the virtual map, which details locations for restrooms, first aid, lost and found, handicapped parking, free shuttle parking, walkable parking, street food and drink vendors, information booths, and more at springfeverinthegarden.org. The streets have been assigned numbered zones in order to locate what you are looking for.
  • 3. What can I expect from the vendor booths this year?
    We have worked to attract specialty plant vendors that will bring a huge variety of plants, trees, flowers, etc. for your spring planting and landscaping. We will have arts and crafts vendors who specialize in garden accessories with a nature and wildlife theme. If you’re looking for something for home or garden, you’ll find it at Spring Fever.
  • 4. Should I bring anything to carry my purchases?
    Yes, please bring your carts and wagons to conveniently carry your purchases.
  • 5. Where can I find the entertainment schedule?
    The entertainment schedule is available at along with entertainer bios is at https://www.springfeverinthegarden.org/entertainment.
  • 6. How can I learn about the experts at the Ask the Experts booth?
    Visit https://www.springfeverinthegarden.org/entertainment and scroll down to see the times, bios, and areas of expertise of our horticultural superstars. The booth is located in zone 10 in front of the Garden Theatre.
  • 7. Is there any special merchandise available at the event?
    Yes, you can purchase this year's Spring Fever shirt at our tee-shirt booth located in front of the Police station in Zone 5.
  • 8. What is Chalkin it Up, and how can I participate?
    Chalkin it Up features artists of all ages decorating the spaces surrounding City Hal with nature themed chalk art. Stop by to vote for your favorite.
  • 9. What is Pollinator Power?
    Pollinator Power is Bloom & Grow's newest project, focused on helping our dwindling pollinator populations. Visit their booth in Zone 10 near the Garden Theatre to learn how you can contribute.
  • 10. How can I support the Path of Life personalized bricks project?
    With a $75 donation, you can support the Path of Life personalized bricks project. Visit the booth in Zone 10 in front of the Garden Theatre to learn about Bloom & Grow's serenity garden at Chapin Station.
  • 11. What activities are available for children?
    The Kidzone, located in the grassy area in front of the Plant Street Market, offers fun ways to learn about nature and the environment, plus hands-on crafts, face painting, balloon animals, fairy hair, a juggler, and more!
  • Where are the handicapped parking spaces available in Downtown Winter Garden?
    Woodland Street & Joiner Parking Lot Behind City Hall In the Parking Garage Behind the Edgewater Hotel Sunday Only - Front of the Pavilion (Where the Farmer's Market is located)
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