The Philadelphia Flower Show isn’t just the biggest flower show on the globe, it’s also the oldest—the show launched in 1829. It’s grown larger and more popular with every passing year, and, today, the Philadelphia Flower Show attracts more than 250,000 guests over the course of about a week.

Grab tickets ($17+) and come to the Pennsylvania Convention Center from March 2nd to 10th to explore the colorful array of flora. This year’s theme is “Flower Power” in honor of the 50th anniversary of Woodstock. Hundreds of florists, designers, landscapers, and students will descend on the convention center to show off their living artistry at the Philadelphia Flower Show. They share space with 150-plus vendors touting everything from garden furniture to handmade jewelry—and, of course, cut flowers and potted plants.