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Celebrate the onset of spring with a flower and garden show


Celebrate the onset of spring with a flower and garden show

Spring will be here soon and what better way to herald the start of spring than visiting the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle. This year’s theme is ‘Gardens of the World.’ Since 1989, the event has been organized to welcome the onset of spring. The event sees gardening enthusiasts from across the Northwest visit the annual celebration cum exhibition in throngs.

What’s to behold from February 20 through 24, 2019

  • Spectacular Show Gardens: over 20 fully landscaped display gardens crafted by professional garden designers, and landscapers of the region. Created by the most respected garden designers and landscapers of the region.
  • Around 100 free world-class seminars
  • Invoke the gardener in you or just hoard on fresh garden gear on display in multiple aisles.
  • You have specially crafted, scrumptious artisan foods to tempt your taste buds at the gourmet marketplace.
  • Outstanding services, vintage marketplaces with repurposed furniture and more.

A treasure trove of gardens, the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival is undoubtedly one of the best annual events. Ideate, assimilate and inspire generations for naturally beautiful living spaces at the event which is open for all, a seasoned gardener or someone who has just starting to dig in the dirt.

A family event, the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival promises to enthrall everyone from adults to kids. The event boasts special show attractions with Container Wars, the Marketplace, the Show Gardens, Vintage Garden Market, the Seminars, and more being the popular ones.

Gardens of the World

The theme of the festival, ‘Gardens of the World’, will be weaved in by all participating garden designers or creators. It’s educational and inspirational hints will surely captivate spectators at the show. Additionally, the show will include a theme garden to showcase further ‘Gardens of the World.’

Treasure Hunt for kids

Like every year, this time too garden creators will hide an item in their garden. Kids, armed with their Treasure Hunt form can go hunting for the treasure and tick it on the form once they get it. Once completed, they can take their treasure (read prize) home.

Blooms & Bubbles: Latest workshop

The latest entrant to the show, Blooms and Bubbles is a new floral design workshop at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival. Creating an inspiring make & take the project as you sip on a glass of champagne. A local floral design expert will helm the event.

One-stop shopping destination: The Marketplace

Looking for unique gift items, vintage garden wares, artisan gourmet foods, specialty seeds, hottest new garden tools, must-have plants, hand-crafted art, and furniture? You may get it all at the festival’s marketplace with more than 300 high-quality exhibitors. No wonder it’s deemed a spectacular shopping opportunity that attracts exhibitors from across the country and Canada.

There’s more…

Apart from other attractions, the garden show will offer practical ideas for patio gardens for those with limited space for outdoor living like apartment and condo dwellers.

The floral competition with its lavish exhibition of artistically arranged flowers is sure to set your heart aflutter. Visual splendor in full bloom, the event highlights the area’s best and most innovative florists and is voted to be a favorite of showgoers.

Keep your date with nature, for this show not only inspires you for outdoor living, edible gardening, sustainability but also brings you closer to nature. Irrespective your style or needs, there’s something for everyone here.

Joanna Zuniga

Joanna Zuniga is International Correspondent for The WashingtonNewsZ. He has been covering the important events and conflicts in Washington. Before joining our team, he served as a senior content editor in some famous news sites. He is also a prominent tweeter.

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