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Matt Nathanson entertains at flower show

From left: Karson from Mix 104.1, WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben, and Matt Nathanson at the Boston Flower & Garden Show Preview Party.

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From left: Karson from Mix 104.1, WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben, and Matt Nathanson at the Boston Flower & Garden Show Preview Party.

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Lexington’s Matt Nathanson performed at Tuesday night’s Boston Flower & Garden Show Preview Party, which benefited the Genesis Foundation for Children, an organization that helps young people with complex genetic disorders. Nathanson is best known for his single “Come On Get Higher” — and for attending the Fessenden School in West Newton. The Flower & Garden show runs at the Seaport World Trade Center from Wednesday to Sunday.

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