CRT – Festival of Flowers


Tripp Atkins & Miranda Dismukes stopped by the Round Table to talk about the 24th Annual Festival of Flowers!  There’s gonna be lot’s of fun stuff for the Kids to do in addition to the gorgeous floral wonderland, awesome, fully functional artistic CHICKEN COOPS, a book written & illustrated just for the festival, art from 3 renowned local artists & a couple of special events including Buds & Brews ( &

Here’s the complete interview:

The Festival of Flowers is the major fundraiser of the Providence Hospital Foundation. The purpose of the Foundation is to assist Providence Hospital in its health care mission. Providence Hospital provides services encompassing the full realm of medical knowledge including outpatient surgery, radiation therapy, laser surgery and invasive cardiology.
2014 Festival proceeds are designated for the upgrade of infant security monitors and infant warmers in the Louise Robinson Moorer Women’s Center.                                                                 FACEBOOK: WEB:

  • Imagination and intrigue meets fun and fantasy in Providence Hospital Foundation’s 2017 Festival of Flowers March 23-26, 2017. Produced by the Providence Hospital Foundation, Mobile’s most “sentsational” experience celebrates its 24th year with its most impressive array of blooming beauty.


  • Landscape Architect Joe Comer returns; designing and creating an adventurous wonderland sure to delight all who explore and experience its magical gardens. From Bellingrath Gardens masterful interpretation of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, to an enchanted and interactive Children’s Garden, this year’s theme, “Wildly Whimsical,” sets the tone for a one-of-a-kind, once in a lifetime showcase.
  • The Festival of Flowers continues to enchant, entertain and educate visitors of all ages with over eight acres of exhibits under tent and sky. Visitors will be delighted by a few new venues and will be pleased by the return of many old favorites, such as Tables by Design, Flowers: A Cut Above, and Floral Expressions.


  • The combined efforts of dedicated volunteers as well as acclaimed landscape and floral experts over the last 23 years have contributed to the stellar reputation the show enjoys today. Come and see for yourself the wonders of this region’s most popular floral extravaganza – it is truly a feast for the senses!