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Martha Stewart’s visiting the Philadelphia Flower Show today

Josh Middleton

Queen of all things domestic Martha Stewart is popping by the Philadelphia Flower Show this evening to chat about her new book, Martha’s Flowers: A Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering, and Enjoying. She’ll be joined by her creative director Kevin Sharkey during the presentation, which begins at 5pm at the Designer’s Studio in the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

The discussion will last about an hour, then Stewart will meet guests and sign copies of her book till 7pm. The book must be purchased in advance of the signing—so either pick one up at a bookstore before you arrive or you can snag one in the onsite PHS Shop while supplies last.

Stewart is no stranger to the Flower Show. She attended in 2016 and wrote a whole blog about it and has been rumored to visit incognito over the years to get inspiration for her own gardens. It is the kind of thing that’s right up her alley.

Tonight’s book discussion and signing is totally free, though you’ll have to buy a ticket to the Flower Show to get inside. Tickets range from $30 to $35, depending on whether you buy them online or at the box office. That, of course, gets you entry into the Flower Show exhibition and all the other activities, including Butterflies Live! and fun Make and Take stations where you can tap into your inner Martha and create something for your abode.

The Flower Show runs through Sunday March 11.

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