Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutFacebookEmailTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPinterestWisconsin Public Television Garden ExpoKlein Floral & Greenhouse of Madison offered a wide variety of plants to gardeners who want an early start.Post to FacebookWisconsin Public Television Garden Expo Klein Floral & Greenhouse of Madison offered a wide variety of plants to gardeners who want an early start. Check out this story on wisfarmer.com: https://www.wisfarmer.com/picture-gallery/life/2018/02/13/wisconsin-public-television-garden-expo/110385400/CancelSendSent!A link has been sent to your friend's email address.Posted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the ConversationTo find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQsWisconsin Public Television Garden Expo None Klein Floral & Greenhouse of Madison offered a wide variety of plants to gardeners who want an early start. John Oncken None Christl Iausly, Spring Green, is a gardener and artist. John Oncken None Original one-of-a-kind designs of dried and pressed flowers, grasses and leaves that Christl Iausly, Spring Green crafts and sells. John Oncken None Birdhouses for the non-woodworker. John Oncken None Asking Extension John Oncken None Americas Best at Cottage offers flowers, supplies, training sessions and a newsletter. John Oncken None You start with the seeds. John Oncken None The Allen Centennial Gardens surround the former UW-Madison Dean of Agricultures residence. John Oncken None A better pruner, the exhibitor says. John Oncken None What are they looking at? A demonstration of the Dirt Trapper floor mat by a fast talking exhibitor. John Oncken None At the Garden Expo aquascaping competition, participants create an aquarium display onsite. John Oncken Like this topic? You may also like these photo galleries:Replay1 of 112 of 113 of 114 of 115 of 116 of 117 of 118 of 119 of 1110 of 1111 of 11AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide None Klein Floral & Greenhouse of Madison offered a wide variety of plants to gardeners who want an early start.