Apple Valley Home & Garden Expo

by | Mar 28, 2011 | Market News

We hope to see you Saturday, April 2nd, at the Apple Valley Home & Garden Expo from 9am to 3pm at the Dakota County Government Center (nest to Apple Valley Library).   FREE Parking and Admission! Over 5,000 people attended last year.  There will be over 100 different vendors participating along with some great seminars.

FREE seminars:
Pahl’s Market – Dave Schreier
How to Incorporate Fruit Trees into Your Landscaping
10am & Noon

Bobby Jensen
Rethinking Your Landscape: America’s Infatuation with Lawns
11am & 1pm

MN Zoo animals, Firetrucks, and other FREE kids activities.  Make sure you stop by our booth and check out our new photo books and sign up to win a Pahl’s Market Gift Card.  We have beautiful picture books showing each season at Pahl’s and Landscape Projects we have completed.  Great Ideas!  Also, make sure you ask Ted, Jason, or Beth for our Home & Garden Show Coupons (awesome deals) or any Garden/Landscape questions you may have.   We hope to see you there!

Asiatic Lily


Related posts

Harvest is on the Way

Harvest is on the Way

July is always a month of high anxiety as we start harvesting the crops, getting everything lined up in the field and everyone trained in on what we expect as far as quality and pack size.

read more
Tips for Later Season Gardening

Tips for Later Season Gardening

The hottest month of the year is upon us! Gardens are amazing as they change and grow all summer and about this time of year most people should be enjoying the fruits of their spring labors. Most long blooming perennials are in full swing and annual garden beds and hanging baskets are bursting with blooms!

read more


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

785,044 Spambots Blocked by Simple Comments

Pahl's Loyaty Program
Become a Member Now!


Earn Dollar Rewards with Every Purchase, Learn About Upcoming Events and Sales, Member-Only Discounts .


Learn More

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.