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Each year at the Northwest flower & Garden show and the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show a panel of local judges presents an award of behalf of Pacific Horticulture to the display garden that “...best demonstrates the regional nature of design utilizing appropriate plants and support of environmental conditions.” As we are wont to repeat: Beautiful gardens connected to the world around us.

These shows are one part garden, one part theatre, and altogether magical coming together as they do in the late winter, and—oh, by the way—indoors!

Congratulations to this year’s winners:

The Pacific Horticulture award winning garden at the 2015 Northwest Flower & Garden show created by the staff of West Seattle Nursery. Photo: Lorene Edwards Forkner

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2015 NWFG show Pacific Horticulture award-winning garden created by West Seattle Nursery.

With an overall show theme of “Romance Blossoms”—after all, it was Valentine’s Day weekend—I guess the reference was inevitable.  The designer’s intention of creating a wildlife-friendly habitat and pollinator haven was executed in a ...


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