The Northwest Flower & Garden Show has four different types of exhibitor space. Each space has a designated area and set price. Listed below are each space type, plus a little description. If you are unclear where your product would fit best, please contact Linda Knudsen.
Living plants, bulbs, seeds, catalogs of plant material and cut fresh flowers only.
Any products related to plants, gardening, flowers and flower arranging. Examples include gardening tools, soils, fertilizers, outdoor living furniture and accessories, garden- or flower-related art and décor.
Original works of art; includes paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, fine glass, metalwork, mixed media, and photograph. Your one-of-a-kind and limited edition Art Works form an unparalleled collection that can be seen here on the carpet area.
Non-profit organizations including plant societies, garden clubs, arboretum, botanical gardens, trade associations and environmentally friendly groups. Retail sales are not permitted, but sales of memberships in the exhibiting organization are permitted. Most Educational Exhibit spaces will be Aisle (see below) exhibit space with limited number of corner spaces, refer to application for pricing. There is less choice about exhibit location due to the fact that the Show heavily subsidizes the price of Educational Exhibit space.
Note: Landscape contractors, landscape architects, garden designers and design/build firms are encouraged to participate in the Show’s Display Gardens; they are not permitted to exhibit in Commercial Exhibit space.
If you would like more information about participating in the Display Gardens contact Cyle Eldred, Show Designer, at 206-595-1105 or firstname.lastname@example.org.