2015 Flower Shows at Tower Hill

Please click on the links below to learn more information about each of the shows listed

Daffodil Show

May 2 - 3
The annual Seven States Daffodil Show features hundreds of cut daffodil flowers gathered from gardens in New England and New York state. Also a great time to view Tower Hill's field of daffodils!

Primrose Show

May 2 - 3
The American Primrose Society presents is annual show and sale featuring the Primrose. Visit and learn about the amazing versatility in the genus Primula, and the wonderful contribution these plants can make to the home landscape.

Rose Show

June 28
The rose, often considered the "Queen of Flowers," and the U.S. National Flower, is the subject of a colorful and fragrant exhibit as the New England Rose Society presents its annual summer show. 

Lily Show

July 11 - 12
Enjoy hundreds of lily flowers at the 55th Annual Lily Show, presented by the New England Lily Society. Visitors will find new hybrids and may discover a favorite variety among those on display.

 Daylily Show

July 25
The New England Daylily Society presents a daylily exhibition where enthusiasts from all over New England show their best grown, best groomed daylily flowers. Daylilies are often considered the "perfect" perennial since they are low maintenance, tough, hardy, and drought-tolerant. 

Carnivorous Plant Show

September 5 - 6
Plant lovers and all those who enjoy something different will be able to get up close to hundreds of carnivorous plants exhibited by the members of the New England Carnivorous Plant Society.

Begonia and Gesneriad Shows

September 19 - 20
The Buxton Branch of the American Begonia Society and the New England Chapter of the Gesneriad Society present a show featuring splendid examples of a huge variety of Begonias and Gesneriads sporting a range of color, leaf texture, and patterns in this judged show.  Discover a rare find or new variety.  

Ikebana Show

October 16 - 18
The Boston Chapter of the Ikebana International Society presents its biennial exhibition of traditional Japanese flower arranging. This event features many educational opportunities to learn about the mechanics and techniques of ikebana.