A dazzling display created by City Scents, booth 639, greets visitors as they enter the Marketplace.
Custom Architectural Shutters offers more than just shutters in booth 629.
Check booth 117 for metal work ranging from decorative pieces to privacy fences by Tim Hawley Designs.
Birdhouses and much more are available from The Growing Place, booth 213, one of the major contributors to our White House vegetable garden.
CHSAS students take a break from Garden 8 to man their Farmstand in the Marketplace. Visit booth 630 for more information about the school and all of the wonderful activities it promotes.
Printed Canvas offers a change of pace in booth 533 with an assortment of work by artist Danilo Cuevas.
Don't think we've forgotten about the plants either. Ted's Greenhouse (booth 421) is just one of the many vendors offering a wide variety of plants to fit your garden space.
While planning for that new planting, don't forget to keep an eye out for interesting decorative options. The Twirlygigs in booth 720 are a great place to start.
Visit www.ChicagoFlower.com for a full Marketplace listing.
Check back tomorrow and Sunday for a look at the Featured Gardens on the closing weekend of the 2012 Chicago Flower & Garden Show.
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