13 Feb Know Before You Go – 2016 NWFGS
Heralding spring in February, the Northwest Flower & Garden Show provides inspiration for newbies and experts alike. With our magnificent showcase of gardens big and small, free seminars from experts around the globe, and the extensive Marketplace (over 100 new exhibitors this year!)… the 2016 Northwest Flower & Garden Show is sure to excite and impress.
Since this gardening extravaganza only happens once a year, you’ll need to be prepared with insider tips and the right information.
THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
BUY TICKETS NOW: Grab your tickets in advance of the Show for added value: adult tickets are discounted $5 for purchasing them before February 16th. Your tickets are good for any day of the Show AND you’ll avoid the lines!
GETTING THERE: Parking in and near the Convention Center fills up incredibly quick, so arrive early or take public transit! There are many great ways to get to the Show via transit with most routes stopping only a few blocks away. (Side note: attending in the afternoon and evening tends to be less crowded on the weekdays.)
VIEW THE SHOW GUIDE: The full Official Show Guide is now available on our website. Take a look inside for new display garden details, Garden Wars, exclusive coupons, and more. This will also be available in print form at the Show.
VISIT THE WEBSITE: gardenshow.com is the go-to resource for planning your visit. Check out the seminar topics, Garden Wars, & much more. You can also stop by the Garden Show Blog and @NWFGS on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest for the latest and greatest show news.
BRING YOUR CAMERA: Garden Creators are embracing the Show’s theme “America the Beautiful”—and there will be more eye-popping color than ever. The amazing collection of 23 marquee display gardens will feature 22,282 bulbs in bloom! These gems are not only stunning to admire, but also full of take-home ideas and new plants that you’ll want to remember later.
For any other questions, check out our super handy FAQ page or shoot us a message on Facebook. We want you to enjoy your gardening nirvana experience while exploring “America the Beautiful” here at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show! -Courtney