Northwest Flower & Garden Show

 
800 Convention Pl
Seattle, WA 98101
 
The Northwest Flower & Garden Show has been heralding the start of spring since 1989, as gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center for five magical days.

Your gardening desires will blossom when you gaze at the spectacular Show Gardens, created by the most respected garden designers and landscapers of the region. Six acres of show gardens are brimming with ideas that will get your garden projects blossoming. No matter your style or needs, you’ll find inspiration for outdoor living, edible gardening, sustainability, and more.
If you’re looking for something to jazz up a small urban space, the colorful Container Show, Floral Competition, Funky Junk and ‘Living it Up’ features will show you how to blend art with functionality.

The Marketplace with over 300 exhibitors is just the thing for your green thumb as you stock up on the latest tools and accessories for your home and garden. You can buy new plants or unique hand-crafted wares, savor delicious specialty foods, or find that special piece of furniture or art to grace your garden. There’s aisle after aisle of fresh gear and outstanding services, including a Plant Market and an Artist’s Ally. There is even a Resource Center to help you connect with fellow gardeners who share your interests and a free package check service for you to stash your purchases while you continue to enjoy the show.
The Show is renowned for offering the largest roster of free horticulture Seminars of any garden show in the world. Whether you are a new gardener in need of sensible advice, or a seasoned pro, you’ll find scores of inspiring seminars and hands-on demonstrations filled with valuable education and entertainment. Dig in and learn how to solve your landscaping problems and create livable outdoor spaces and luscious edible gardens for year-round enjoyment.

So buy your tickets now at the Early Bird price and print them conveniently at home. Take advantage of the discounted two-day pass so you can see it all!
Don’t want to make the drive from out of state? You can also travel in style and comfort in a luxury coach bus and get non-stop service and a great hotel price with our new chartered bus tours. See the website for details.
 
This event is located about 11.6 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
 
Price:$10.00 - $65.00
Hours:Wednesday – Saturday: 9am – 8pm
Sunday: 9am – 6pm
Features:Handicapped Accessible
Indoor
Does Not Accept Checks
Phone:253-756-2121
Website:http://www.gardenshow.com/
 
Schedule:Feb 20, 2013 @ 09:00 AM - Feb 24, 2013 @ 06:00 PM
Feb 05, 2014 @ 09:00 AM - Feb 09, 2014 @ 06:00 PM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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