Gardening

Flower & Garden Show

Seattle Flower Show Flower & Garden Show

The Northwest Flower & Garden Show has been heralding the start of spring since 1989, drawing over 60,000 gardeners from around the Northwest.

The Show Gardens are spectacular; they are the creations of some of the most respected garden designers and landscapers of the region. Wear comfortable shoes the displays and plant vendors cover more than six acres.  The displays are brimming with ideas. No matter your style or needs, you’ll find inspiration for outdoor living, edible gardening, sustainability, and more.  You can easily spend four hours on a quick walk through.  Plan to spend the day.

If you’re looking for something to jazz up a small urban space, you will enjoy the colorful Container Show, and Floral Competition, Funky Junk and ‘Living it Up’ features will show you how to blend art with functionality.

Marketplace

The  Marketplace has over 300 exhibitors and is just the thing for your green thumb.  Stock up on the latest tools and accessories. You can buy new plants, unique hand-crafted wares, 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.

Seminars

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 information. Learn how to solve your gardening problems, create livable outdoor spaces,  or gather advice and tips to create luscious edible gardens for year-round enjoyment.

Dates and Hours

February 20 – 24, 2013

Wednesday – Saturday: 9am – 8pm Sunday: 9am – 6pm

Tickets

You can buy tickets online, from local retails, or at the door.  Tickets prices run from $5 to $65.  Go to prices for more details.

Directions

Locations and directions are available by clicking maps.

Videos

First time attendees might want to review videos before attending so nothing is missed in the time you have to attend.

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