Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Dig in - it only happens once a year.

Karen Stefonik’s 2011 display garden. Photo: Michael Walmsley, courtesy NWFG show

The Northwest Flower & Garden Show, beloved by West Coast gardeners and beyond, celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary with gardens designed around cinematic themes . The five-day gardening extravaganza, the second largest garden show in the country, features six acres of lavish show gardens, an engaging children’s PlayGarden, 350 vendors offering the best in plants, tools, garden products, botanical art, and a vintage market. Don’t miss the sage advice from superlative speakers in over 100 free seminars.

2011 display garden by the Arboretum Foundation. Photo: Michael Walmsley, courtesy NWFG show

Before the show, $16.00 Early Bird tickets may be purchased online, at select retail outlets, by phone, or on your smartphone.