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2014 Northwest Flower & Garden Show

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“Living Amongst the Stars,” 2013 Northwest Flower & Garden Show display garden designed/created by Sublime Garden Design and WSNLA. Photo: courtesy of NWFG show

This year’s theme of the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, “Art in Bloom,” promises a rich palette of color and light in the midst of dreary winter.

More than 20 masterful display gardens designed and created by the region’s top designers and landscaping professionals, offer a brilliant breath of spring along with creative interpretations of colorful floral “masterpieces.”

This year’s roster of over 120 seminars presents creative ideas and inspiration by passionate garden experts. From garden-to-table demonstrations to landscape portraits of design and sustainability, foundational gardening basics for the beginner, and choice plants profiled for the seasoned collector, there’s something for everyone and it’s all included with the price of show admission.

A tempting array of more than 350 marketplace vendors, including the recently added Vintage Garden Market, features the latest tools, plants, bulbs, and seeds as well as distinctive art ...


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