Locals to show green-thumb goods at Northwest Flower and Garden Show

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Valley businesses will tempt gardeners with their wares this weekend at the 26th Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle.

Locals making an appearance include garden creators Adam Gorski Landscapes, Inc. of North Bend, and marketplace vendors The Dahlia Barn of North Bend, Good Medicine of Carnation and Eastside Tree Works of Fall City.

The Northwest Flower & Garden Show provides imagination and inspiration with its magnificent showcase of gardens big and small, over 100 free seminars, “Play With Friends” for families, a big line-up of exhibitors in the Marketplace and more, next week (February 5-9) at the Washington State Convention Center.

“Art in Bloom” is the show’s theme for 2014, with the region’s top garden designers and landscape firms embracing a festive tribute to art in over 20 colorful and dramatic display gardens. It’s a rich palette of color and light, with thousands of blooming flowers and exotic plants giving showgoers a sneak preview of spring.

The show boasts a big line-up of 110 seminars presented by top-tier experts, all free with admission to the show. It’s a great way to jump-start your gardening experiences--and learn about trends that not only beautify but are practical, too.

Show dates and hours are Wednesday through Saturday (Feb. 5-8), 9am to 8pm; and Sunday (Feb. 9), 9am to 6pm.

Adult “Early bird” discount tickets ($17) are available up to Feb. 4, and can be purchased by visiting the show’s website or at over 75 participating nurseries and retail outlets in the region.

Visit for online purchases and complete listing of ticket sale outlets.


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