Show Guide Wraps Monday’s Seattle Times

Show Guide Wraps Monday’s Seattle Times

 Everything you know to attend the show 

2012 NWFGS Show Guide

Don’t forget that the Northwest Flower & Garden Show’s SHOW GUIDE will be in your Seattle Times – both home delivery and news stand editions – wrapped around the paper, on Monday, February 6th!

The good news is this change from printing it in the Sunday Seattle Times Pacific Northwest magazine allows us to print more show information and to design it in a format that is easier to read. So you can find all the seminars you want to see, search for your favorite exhibitors, and read all about the show gardens and other special features we will have at the show. After all, we’re the second largest flower & garden show in the U.S. and (from what everyone tells us) the most beautiful, friendliest and awesome garden celebration anywhere!

Read Val Easton’s garden articles in the Sunday Seattle Times, and catch her seminar, “Petal & Twig” on Thursday at the show.

Look for the Show Guide as a downloadable PDF file on the garden show website. Scope out all our incredible speakers. Can’t make up your mind which seminars to see? Read the speaker bios and their seminar descriptions on our website. We’ll have 61 speaker book signings, so those are also indicated in the Show Guide and on the website.

But be sure to read Sunday’s Pacific Northwest magazine in the Seattle Times. You won’t want to miss their special gardening edition in honor of the show, filled with timely gardening articles by garden writer (and show speaker) Val Easton. According to Val, the theme of the issue is “Everyone loves a playhouse” and it includes island, rural and urban gardens featuring an inspiring variety of getaway buildings, large and small.

Look for the complete list of our 350+ exhibitors in the SHOW GUIDE. Here Robin Haglund shops for seeds at last year’s show.

“From a tiny Beacon Hill backyard studio built of reclaimed materials to an intricately carved joglo surrounded by a strikingly contemporary garden, these playhouses serve as respite, retreat and gathering places as well as the most stylish garden focal points ever,” Val said in a recent email about the magazine.

And, she said, “I’ve been working on this issue for a year, and it offers a peek inside the gates of some pretty well-known Northwesterners.”

We’ll have 26 show gardens in all styles and sizes to inspire you. WSNLA created this rustic Northwest garden filled with sustainable features.

So plan your strategy to attend the Northwest Flower & Garden Show by picking up a copy of next Monday’s Seattle Times. And remember – the Early Bird ticket price ends at midnight on February 7 so get your tickets soon.

The garden show has been a gardening tradition for 24 years and one thing hasn’t changed – our commitment to bringing you a world-class garden show brimming with inspiration, education and entertainment, for both well-seasoned gardeners, budding “grewbies” and children – the charming gardeners of the future. – Janet

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