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CLEVELAND — While it is certainly winter outside, there’s one place in Northeast Ohio that feels like spring. 

The Great Big Home and Garden show is going on inside the I-X Center.

Flowers are in bloom in the Garden Showcase. 

It features 17 U.S. landmark-themed gardens designed by some of the area’s premier landscapers.

Frank Ungaro of Down to Earth Landscaping has a winery-inspired garden at the show.  

“We decided to pick Napa Valley as something that we could bring to Cleveland and inspired with a lot of creativity with the wine barrels, and a featured bar with the wine tasting,” Ungaro said.

Another highlight of the show is the “Idea Home.”  

It is a 4,000 sq. foot, Tuscan-style house built by Perrino Builders.

Show Manager Rosanna Hrabnicky said it is not to be missed.  

“When you walk through it, you’re going to see so many different things and enjoyable decorating ideas that are certainly not of the norm.  So, if you are looking for something different, definitely this is the home to look for,” she said.

There are more than 650 exhibitors at the show to help with any type of home remodeling or outdoor living projects.

The Great Big Home and Garden Show runs from February 2-10. 

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