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The annual garden show is back, and this year it is at the Sioux City Convention Center.
It's also bigger than ever, and it was kicked off this morning in a pretty unique way. Event staff, sponsors, and volunteers held a ribbon cutting, but it wasn't an ordinary ribbon. It was actually a vine.
"We chose to do a vine cutting to be symbolic of the growing of the greenery, growing food," said Adrienne Jansen with ISU's Extension office in Woodbury County.
Here's something else that's interesting. This year the Sioux City Garden Club designated a new city flower. The former flower, was a petunia chosen back in 1957. And now Sioux City's flower is the compass flower.
"The compass flower was chosen because it has a lot of qualities, a deep root system, rises above the rest of the prairie you know has flowers that are visited by native bees and butterflies," said Derek Carmona with the City of Sioux City.
Five thousand compass flower seed packets will be passed out for free at the garden show this weekend.
The Garden Show is open 9am - 6pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sunday. Tickets are $5 for one day entrance and $9 for two-day pass and $12 for a 3 day pass. Children 12 and under admitted free. Price includes complete entrance to all features of the event including all speakers and information sessions.
Channel 9 KCAU-TV is a proud sponsor of the Siouxland Garden Show.