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Nothing makes gardening heads spin and senses swoon like the opening of the Northwest Flower & Garden Show. Abundant floral displays, the sweet heady scent of gardens, and festive crowds filled with love (and lust) for all things growing. It’s a regular week-long Valentine’s day celebration of the Goddess Flora!

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Flower & Garden Show
Feb 20-24, 2013
9:00 am to 8:00 pm daily
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The show officially opens on Wednesday, the 20th, but I'll be there Tuesday to help select the display garden that best demonstrates the regional nature of PNW garden design to receive the Pacific Horticulture award. Scroll down for a slide show featuring last year's winning Pac Hort  garden created by the Arboretum Foundation with support from Seattle Audubon.

With more than 100 seminars and demos to choose from, featuring speakers from up and down the West Coast—and beyond—I’m making a list and plotting each day to squeeze every last bit of garden goodness from 5 incredibly busy days.

I’ll also be spending part of every day at the Pacific Horticulture/Northwest Horticulture Society booth where we’re offering a NWFG show membership spe...

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