At the 29th annual Northwest Flower & Garden Show, to be held February 22-26, 2017 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, a lineup of top regional designers will create 23 spectacular displays showcasing the latest garden trends. In keeping with the show’s theme, “Taste of Spring,” the designers will weave elements of organic and urban gardening, sustainability, and outdoor dining and culinary trends into their gardens. “The results should be inspirational, educational and fun for showgoers,” said Lloyd Glasscock, garden coordinator for the show. He also said the show is planning a major garden of its own to further spotlight the theme.

At the 2016 show, Cascadia Edible Landscapes created this display garden which included examples of edible gardening components such as mini orchards and fruiting vines.

This year we will be presenting the Garden Design Magazine Award to our favorite garden. This award will be judged by our editor-in-chief, Thad Orr, as well as Land Morphology’s Richard Hartlage and horticulture consultant Nicholas Staddon. We can’t wait to see the amazing creations! We will also have a booth at the show where you can stop in to see the magazine for yourself and meet our team. Come see us at booth #610.

In addition to the display gardens, this year’s show will feature a completely new section of craft food & beverage exhibitors, titled “The Tasting Corner.” Over 35 local merchants will offer enticing samples of specialty gourmet food and beverage offerings throughout the five-day festival. From pickled peppers to floral elixirs, there will be a wide array of interesting treats.

For complete details about all the display gardens, as well as the seminars, demonstrations, exhibitors, and other attractions at the 2017 Northwest Flower & Garden Show, visit

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