Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Floral Competition

 

Always a favorite, this opulent display of artfully arranged blooms will delight anyone who partakes in the visual splendor. Located in the South Lobby along the glass wall as you first enter the garden show, don’t miss this competition showcasing the area’s best and most innovative florists.

 

2014 Floral Competition Designers

Capitol Florist
Cynthia Salazar
(360) 357-5757
[email protected]
www.capitolflorist.com

 

Christopher Flowers
Art Nouveau
C
hristopher Smith
(206) 619-5337
[email protected]
www.christopherflowers.biz

 

Cordier Botanical Art
Enrapture
Nicole Cordier
www.moderneclassicdesigns.com
AND
Rizanino “Riz” Reyes
www.rhrhorticulture.com

 

Fena Flowers    
Floracasso
Linda Green and Lan Opheim
(425) 825-8181
[email protected]
www.fenaflowers.com

 

Fiore Dorato International Pte Ltd
Circles of Life
Brenda Lee Monteiro, AIFD
(972) 632-6725
[email protected]
www.fioredorato.com.sg

 

Fleur de V
Vivi Teston, MFA
(805) 565-1648
[email protected]
www.fleurdev.com

 

Fragrance Fragrance     
Beauty in Wood   
Kumi Sakamoto
(206) 949-4287
[email protected]

 

Ikebana by Megumi     
Ikebana as Art
Megumi Schacher
(425) 744-9751
[email protected]
www.ikebanabymegumi.com

 

KAN | ORCHIDS FLOWERS
Pradit Kan
(206) 402-5696
[email protected]
www.kanflowers.com

 

LaVassar Florists    
Jewels of Life 
Judy LaVassar
(206) 522-1147
[email protected]
www.lavassar.com
www.facebook.com/LaVassarFlorist

 

Metropolitan Market #153    
Mary, Mary
Martha Holley-Kimball
(206) 923-5342
[email protected]
www.metropolitan-market.com

 

Prancing Bee Designs
Vincent
Mary D. Magalhaes
(206) 818-4651
[email protected]

 

Sandra O’Malley
Swoon
(206) 724-6005
[email protected]
Custom arrangements and events

 

DEBRA PRINZING // SLOWFLOWERS.COM
Keep Your Flowers Local:  An American-grown floral bouquet for an American-crafted vase
Floral design by Debra Prinzing
[email protected]
www.debraprinzing.com
www.slowflowers.com
Vases designed and hand-crafted in Seattle by Kristin Nelson of Kri Kri Studio
www.planetkrikri.com
All botanicals were grown by American flower farmers in Washington, Oregon and California.
Follow Debra on Twitter @dkprinzing