When it can be 70 degrees in February, it's easy to want to kick winter in the #$#!!#!# and send it on its way. But since we can't change the calendar, let Longwood Gardens show you how gorgeous blue can be! 

Between March 3rd and 25th, head for this world famous Garden attraction for their first ever Winter Blues Festival, in the Main Conservatory and Exhibition Hall.

Blue is a rare color in the plant world, but Longwood horticulturists have researched, acquired and grown hundreds of blue-hued blossoms and foliage from poppies to hydrangeas.  Universally thought to be the color of peace and tranquility, blue flowers are also said to represent openness, mystery, inspiration, desire and hope.

Saturday visitors will be serenaded by live musicians performing rich bluesy music that reminds us of all things blue and beautiful...like blue skies, blue oceans, blue satin, blue-berries and yes, Blue Suede Shoes. (I can't help it...I'm a big Elvis fan ;)

March 3 --- The Bob Beach Duo --- 12:00–3:00 pm
March 10 --- The Bob Beach Duo --- 2:00–5:00 pm
March 17 --- Stevie and the Bluescasters --- 2:00–5:00 pm
March 24 --- Stevie and the Bluescasters --- 2:00–5:00 pm

1001 Longwood Road,
Kennett Square,  PA 19348
Longwood Gardens Website