Preview the 2013 show at www.gardenshow.com
SEATTLE—The Northwest Flower & Garden Show has launched online ticket sales for its silver anniversary edition, February 20-24, 2013, at the Washington State Convention Center (7th & Pike, Seattle).
This year’s theme, “The Silver Screen Takes Root ... Gardens Go Hollywood,” spotlights spectacular display gardens and other show attractions in a fanciful tribute to filmdom.
Early bird online tickets can be purchased by visiting the show’s website: www.gardenshow.com.
Prices range from $16 for adults (regularly $20 the week of the show or at the door); $15 per person for group advance purchases (minimum of 20 tickets online or at the door); $29 for single 2-day pass; $65 for single 5-day pass and $5 for youth (ages 13–17). Children 12 and under are admitted free to the show.
Beginning in early December, nurseries and other retail outlets from Bellingham to Portland and Spokane will also offer advance early bird tickets. Visit www.gardenshow.com for a complete listing of nurseries serving as advance ticket sale outlets.
“The Silver Screen Takes Root … Gardens Go Hollywood” presents top garden creators weaving cinematic features into colorful and dramatic full-scale gardens.
The gardens will be highlighted by more blooms timed for the show opening, the result of a pre-show plant forcing program.
The show continues its tradition of internationally known speakers sharing “how-to” tips for both avid and beginning gardeners in over 100 free seminars.
It’s also a shopping destination with 350 exhibitors offering tools and other gardening gear, plants and unique art for the home and garden.
The 2013 Northwest Flower & Garden Show is generously supported by Subaru of America, Inc., Marenakos Rock Center, Sawdust Supply Company, Inc., the Seattle Times and KING5.