The Coronado Flower Show is held annually on the third weekend of April in Spreckels Park in the center of Coronado’s Village.
The Coronado Flower Show is the largest tented flower show in the nation. Exhibits are placed inside tents surrounding a central gazebo, which becomes the stage for continuous entertainment, announcements and trophy presentations.
Open to the public. Admission is $5.
FREE entry for children under 12 and for Coronado Floral Association members.
CLICK HERE to see why we do what we do. Then click on the picture to start the two and a half minute video.
The Coronado Flower Show takes up nearly an entire city block. Located in the center of the City of Coronado across from the Coronado Library on Orange Ave between 6th and 7th Avenues.
FLOWER SHOW SCHEDULE
The Flower Show Schedule serves to promulgate the standard of performance expected from all exhibitors, members, judges and co-sponsors, it is the law of the Show. Our 2016 Schedule is available now. Click on the “Schedule” link above.
Hard copy can be picked up at the following locations:
Coronado Chamber of Commerce
Coronado City Hall
Below you can review last year’s Schedule to get an understanding of rules and requirements.
HOME FRONT JUDGING 2016
During the period Mon, 4 April through Wed, 6 April, at 12:00 pm, about ten days before the Coronado Flower Show, approximately 120 local community volunteers, including volunteers from the Coronado Real Estate Association, walked the streets and neighborhoods evaluating the gardens throughout the city. Besides the over 6,000 city homes, judges looked at commercial fronts, church gardens, school gardens, apartment & condos, municipal fronts and hotels / motels. Last year over 2,500 ribbons were awarded.
CLICK HERE to get the guidelines.
CLICK HERE to see the 2016 Home Front Winners
WINE AND BEER GARDEN
A Wine and Beer Garden is now a permanent feature. Take a break from the show, relax and listen to the entertainment from the nearby bandstand.
Wine and Beer Garden Hours:
Thank you for joining us and celebrating our 91st anniversary at our 2016 Flower Show the third weekend of April.
CLICK HERE to see why we do what we do. Click on the picture to start the video.
Photo Credit: Kel Casey