After spending three days helping build a couple of the gardens, it is such a delight to see them all in their full glory. The artistry and the ingenuity of the designers is reflected in the various elements of the garden. The theme – A Floral Symphony is visible in both subtle and bold forms in all gardens at this year’s show.
Every year the Northwest Flower and Garden Show puts on a magnificent display of gardens that heralds spring in Seattle. The show opens on Feb 8th, but the setup has already begun. Would you believe that in just five days, the bare floors are magically transformed into large, spectacular gardens?
Winter is the perfect time to dream, visualize and plan a garden. Fortunately, the maritime climate of the Pacific Northwest makes it possible to start planting bare-root fruit trees and roses in mid-to late-winter (late Feb to early March).