Orlando Home & Garden Show Features
At the show you’ll find builders, remodelers, contractors, building supplies, new gadgets, home tech, the latest in kitchen and bath, interior design ideas, and so much more to help you build the home you’ve always wanted!
Complete Selection of Home Improvement
Talk face-to-face with the pros that can turn your home improvement dreams into a reality!
- Kitchens & Baths
- Contractors & Remodelers
- Foundation Repair & Gutters
- Windows, Doors & Roofs
- And More!
At the show you’ll find landscapers, gardening, plants, hardscapes, sheds, decks, patios and so much more! Plus, outdoor furniture, outdoor kitchens, fire pits, fountains – everything to build your perfect outdoor living space.
Landscapes, Gardening & Outdoors
You’ll find just about everything for your home and garden at the show. With aisles and aisles of exhibits featuring products and consultations with experts.
- Outdoor Kitchens & Grills
- Outdoor Furniture
- Spas & Gazebos
- Tree Trimming & Removal
- And so much more!
Find items for your home, things to eat, to give and share, and to enjoy. See the latest gadgets for your home. Shop the art, gift and gourmet area. Meet local artisans, and discover items you won’t find in stores.
Outdoor Furniture Showcase by Belamo
Belamo will be displaying over 800 square feet of European Design Outdoor Furniture with Contemporary and Modern modular sectionals, loungers, cantilever umbrellas, outdoor lighting and much more.
Edible Orlando Cooking Stage
Chefs from Orlando’s favorite restaurants and resorts as well as local cookbook authors will appear on the Edible Orlando Cooking Stage. Learn tips and tricks for cooking like a pro at home, ask the chefs everything you ever wanted to know about food, enjoy delicious samples, and pick up a fresh copy of Edible Orlando magazine.
Bring the kids to enjoy our huge Kid’s Zone full of projects, crafts and even fun characters to meet. Enjoy shows, cooking demos and entertainment for kids and adults.
Fun For The Whole Family!
- Super Bowl Tailgate Party by Gentry’s BBQ General Store
- Bass Pro Outdoor Showcase
- Wine Lounge by PRP
- Mini Canvas Thumbprint Painting
- Faux Stained Glass Activity
Superbowl Tailgate Party!
Watch BBQ demonstrations & taste the outcome! Gentry’s BBQ General Store will show you various ways to prepare meat for your Super Bowl Parties & Get Togethers!
Pets & Wildlife
- Bird of Prey Shows
- Dog Training by Sit Means Sit Orlando
Learn gardening and home improvement tips and tricks at seminars throughout the show. You’ll even meet one of your favorite home and garden TV celebrities.
HGTV's Boise Boys
est friends and home renovation experts, Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell, are breathing new life into Idaho’s capital city one home at a time in HGTV’s hit series Boise Boys. Often referred to as “the Odd Couple of home renovation,” business partners and entrepreneurs Clint and Luke are an unlikely pairing that just works.
In 2014, Clint and Luke met through a mutual friend. The duo immediately hit it off and soon after they purchased a home together to renovate. After a few successful remodels, their partnership was forged and Timber + Love, their realty and home design business, was born. It is headquartered in a 14,000 sq. ft. warehouse in downtown Boise along the iconic river.
As partners, the pair’s personalities and skills complement each other perfectly: Luke approaches design with fun, spontaneity and a talent for gracefully marrying the past and present, while contractor Clint is a can-do real estate businessman who keeps a firm eye on the construction and budget bottom line. The guys’ chemistry is a hit with viewers: during its first season Boise Boys pegged impressive viewership numbers and helped HGTV consistently rank as the No. 1 cable network among upscale women 25-54 in the Thursday 11 PM time slot.
After a successful Season 1 produced by High Noon Entertainment (Fixer Upper, Cake Boss), HGTV ordered 13, hour-long episodes which follow the pair as they renovate dilapidated properties into resale-ready homes. While their business is booming, family always comes first for this dynamic duo. The highly anticipated Season 2 of Boise Boys will premiere in April 2019.
A Fort Worth, Texas native, Clint Robertson was on his way to medical school when his entrepreneurial spirit caused him to adjust course. He graduated from Texas Christian University with an accounting degree and CPA, then went on to earn a law degree from Southern Methodist University School of Law. A compulsive achiever, Clint is currently a licensed business attorney, CPA, contractor, real estate broker and developer, mediator and negotiator, and serial entrepreneur. Clint has worked in real estate for most of his career as it encompasses everything he loves about business including the art of negotiating, deal making, financing, conceptualizing, and working with his hands.
Clint is a fun-loving personality who enjoys mentoring, teaching, and playing poker. He also has a big heart for children and serves on charitable boards supporting the needs of the
disabled/disadvantaged. About a decade ago, Clint and his family moved from Texas to the mountains of Idaho, seeking the outdoor adventure lifestyle of the Northern Rocky Mountains. Shortly after moving to Idaho in 2011, Clint appeared on NBC’s business competition “The Apprentice,” finishing as a finalist and fan favorite.
Clint met the love of his life, Sandy, in college. Together they have worked hand-in-hand in a variety of Clint’s entrepreneurial ventures. They homeschooled their three high-achieving sons: Jake (medical school), Eli (majoring in physics-engineering), and Daniel (high school). When the boys aren’t pursuing their educations, you can often see them lending their dad a hand in some fun construction task on an episode of “Boise Boys.”
A native of Boise, Idaho, Luke Caldwell’s journey to becoming a designer/entrepreneur took a very creative path. Luke grew up in the city’s historic district with close proximity to downtown and the surrounding mountains that he loved to explore. As a child, Luke traveled internationally, accompanying his family on journeys to help start orphanages in India. He was greatly affected by the culture and the plight of the countless orphans. The experiences stayed with him and would greatly affect his future as he and his wife, Miranda, have chosen to be adoptive parents of multiple international orphans.
In order to help fund their first adoption, Luke decided to try his hand at renovating and flipping a home. Despite having little real estate experience at the time, he had no doubt that he could succeed because of his business acumen. He cut his teeth early as an entrepreneur starting as young boy with a bicycle paper route, then went on to create multiple businesses and helped manage a very successful musical booking and management company. The surprise was that during his first home flip he found another way to express his creativity- through innovative home design.
Sparked by a passion for adopting children with special needs Luke and Miranda continued to renovate and flip homes to help fund and fuel their belief that every child deserves a loving family. Today, in addition to their biological children, Elias (age 10) and Brighten (age 8), Luke and Miranda have adopted four special needs children – Morris (age 11), Ezra
Gardening Expert, Tom MacCubbin
Tom MacCubbin is known to gardeners in Florida through his radio, television, and newspaper contributions. A retired extension environmental horticulturist with the University of Florida in Orange County, MacCubbin has degrees in Horticulture from the University of Maryland. Readers are familiar with his question-and-answer gardening columns and feature articles for The Orlando Sentinel, while others may recognize him as a co-host of Orange County Gardening on cable television and weekly horticulture reports on Central Florida News 13. His radio program Better Lawns & Gardens is broadcast over twenty Florida stations.
The National Association of County Agriculture Agents has recognized his media contributions with numerous awards, including awards for the best state personal column, best news photo story, best news column, and best television program. Most recently, his Better Lawns & Gardens radio program was judged best in the nation for 1998 & 2000; in 1999, he was presented the AT&T Communications Award in the Best Videotape/Television category as a regional winner for his role as co-host of Orange County Gardening; in 2001 he received an ‘Award of Excellence’ for work as a county horticulture agent and for effective involvement with media programming, from the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. He has been honored with the Best Horticulture Writer Award by the Florida Nurseryman and Growers Association, and was granted the Garden Communicators Award by the American Nurseryman’s Association. In June 2007 Tom was recognized nationally as the teacher of the year by the American Horticultural Society.
MacCubbin is the author of many books:
Florida Home Grown: Landscaping – 1987 – Rev 1997
Florida Home Grown – 1997
Florida Home Grown 2: The Edible Landscape – 1998
Month by Month Gardening in Florida – 1999 – revised 2006
My FL Garden: A Gardener’s Journal – 2000
The Perfect Florida Lawn – 2004
The Florida Lawn Guide – 2007
Florida Gardener’s Resource – co-author – 2010
He is co-author of the Florida Gardener’s Guide – 2002
Contributor to the Sunset National Garden Book – 1997
In March of 2007 Tom was promoted to the distinguished position of Extension Agent Emeritus with the University of Florida upon his retirement after 36 years of service.
Active in their community, MacCubbin and his wife Joan live near Apopka.
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