A Few of My Favorite Things at this Year's Northwest Flower & Garden Show

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Besides the Display Gardens....that would be the Marketplace

Shopping or browsing at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show  ( NWF&GS )  in the Marketplace is one of the highlights of my annual visits. 

I always make sure to visit my "old friends" and meet some new ones after seeing the display gardens, so off to see the  Ravenna Gardens booth!

Ravenna Gardens Marketplace Display at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Every year I enjoy seeing what beautiful garden things they will have to tempt me....

Lucca Statuary Marketplace Display at the Northwest Flower & garden Show

Lucca Statuary

The Chocolate Flower Farm - Edible Chocolate Garden Display

The Chocolate Flower Farm which SMELLED wonderfully from the candles, I succumbed and bought!

Stone Manor Lighting - Marketplace Display at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Stone Manor Lighting which had a wonderful display, very moody with it's twilight atmosphere.

The Home & Garden Art LLC in Ballard featured whimsy with it's scrap metal sculptured animals. 

On the Skybridge straddling over Pike Street by a couple of stories are the Container Garden Displays, great place to get some ideas for a patio or balcony garden.  Here are a couple of my favorites.

Container Display Garden


Container Display Gardens at NWF&GS 2008


Container Display Garden at the NWF&GS 2008


Container Garden Display at the NWF&GS 2008


To see my blog post on my Favorite 5 Display Gardens, click here

This year I was a Guest Blogger for the NWF&GS, click here to read my post.  

Next year the Northwest Flower & Garden Show will be February 4th to 8th, 2009, plan to come and be inspired for Spring!




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Carol Judd
New Star Real Estate - Vernal, UT
Vernal Utah Real Estate
Great Photos and links. Thanks
Feb 27, 2008 05:37 PM #1
Kirk Williams
Private Venture Capital - Everett, WA
BIG DISAPPOINTMENT.....we missed the show this year.
Feb 27, 2008 06:43 PM #2
Charlie Ragonesi
AllMountainRealty.com - Big Canoe, GA
Homes - Big Canoe, Jasper, North Georgia Pros
What a great colorful post. Thanks so much for some early morning cheer
Feb 27, 2008 07:55 PM #3
Courtney Cooper
Ben Kinney Brokerages Leadership at our Keller Williams North Seattle Office - Seattle, WA
Great shots, Deborah - thanks for sharing - congrats on your guest blogger status!
Feb 28, 2008 01:18 AM #4
Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
Deborah, I'd come out of there broke!  I love those beautiful plants and while I have too many to begin with, I always buy more :)  What a beautiful day you spent there!
Feb 28, 2008 06:42 AM #5
Gwenn Youch ~ Kenmore Real Estate Specialist
Brio Realty - Kenmore, WA

Thanks Deborah,  I missed the show this year, those are nice photos.  I will have to go next year. 

Feb 28, 2008 10:09 AM #6
Melissa Olson
HOPE Lending LLC - Bellevue, WA
HOPE Lending LLC
Deborah - great pictures, thank you for sharing.  Everything looks very beautiful.
Feb 28, 2008 10:44 AM #7
Steve Scheer
Realty Oasis - Metro Brokers - Highlands Ranch, CO
Highlands Ranch Real Estate - Denver Real Estate
Deborah - I like the fountains in the 2nd photo.  Fountains are my thing. 
Mar 01, 2008 11:00 AM #9
Deborah Burns ~ Seattle Real Estate Agent
Realty Executives -BRIO - Seattle, WA

Whoopsie everyone, I am sorry I did not get back earlier to reply!  I lwould ike to say that I was working on my garden (which is what I wanted to do) but I just was caught up in doing other "stuff"! 

Hi Carol, Thank you, I am glad you enjoyed them!

Hi Kirk, sorry to hear that you missed it this year...remember, there is always next year!

Hi Charlie, Thank you and happy to help you off to a good morning!

Hi Courtney, Thank you!  I was thrilled to be write a post for the show!

Hi Carol, Yes, it is challenging to NOT buy every wonderful plant and garden ornaments, my weakness!  The past few years a wonderful sculpture artist is there who makes these enormous (9 foot high) whimsical "pinwheels" made from stainless steel, handblown glass, gears and more.  Someday I hope to be able to afford to buy one....they are about $7,000!  Okay, so this year I bought a candle....LOL!

Hi Gwen, Thank you!  I hope you do get to go next year!

Hi Melissa, Thank you and you are welcome!

Hi Deborah, I LOVE Seattle too, and I am glad you do too!  Oh Spring is definitly on it's way, on Feb 6th I was showing a house to some clients, and I noticed how mild the weather was and that the birds were singing their spring songs....Spring is really here!

Hi Steve, there are always great water features in the displays, and Lucca Statuary sells really beautiful fountains and other concrete garden ornaments.  The dark patina on much of their statuary really adds to the feeling of time and age in the garden!

Mar 02, 2008 04:21 AM #10
Mesa, Arizona Real Estate Mesa Arizona Realtor
Homes Arizona Real Estate LLC - Mesa, AZ

Deborah, I LOVE your photos. So many beautiful flowers. This is such a great area - though I'll admit after having lived in Olympia many years ago - it rains a lot! ;-)  Never could keep my hair from curling.


Mar 06, 2008 07:52 AM #11
Deborah Burns ~ Seattle Real Estate Agent
Realty Executives -BRIO - Seattle, WA
Hi Teri, thank you!  It is a lot more humid here than in Mesa...for me it is just enough humidity to "fluff" my hair.  :  )
Mar 06, 2008 04:25 PM #12
Brian Schulman
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Lancaster PA - Lancaster, PA
Lancaster County PA RealEstate Expert 717-951-5552
Nice photos, Deborah.  We also have some great flower shows in PA, notably in Philadelphia.
Mar 08, 2008 03:14 AM #13
Deborah Burns ~ Seattle Real Estate Agent
Realty Executives -BRIO - Seattle, WA
Hi Brian, thank you!  I have heard of the flower show in Philadelphia, I hope you have had the chance to go! 
Mar 08, 2008 04:27 PM #14
Brian Schulman
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Lancaster PA - Lancaster, PA
Lancaster County PA RealEstate Expert 717-951-5552
Deborah, I did go to the Philadelphia Flower Show several years ago.  It was by far the most elaborate flower & garden show I've ever been to.
Mar 09, 2008 06:07 AM #15
Mike Jones
SUNSTREET MORTGAGE, LLC (BK-0907366, NMLS 145171) - Tucson, AZ
Mike Jones NMLS 223495


Thanks for posting about the annual Flower Show.  We used to get to Seattle frequently, and it's an absolute joy!

Mike in Tucson

Mar 14, 2008 04:47 AM #16
Rod Pierson
Results Real Estate Inc - Redding, CA
Northern California

I use to live in a place on the coast called Aberdeen located in Grays Harbor County,  with all the rain the Northwest has you should be able to grow almost anything.   I love the area, there is so much to see in the City, I know plants have a hard time growing underground, have you seen the older part of Seattle underground?   Another one of those world spots that most people never get the opportunity to visit.    Your pictures want me to go out and start taking some of our more colorful areas..... thank you 


Mar 19, 2008 07:39 PM #17
ARDELL DellaLoggia
Better Properties Seattle - Kirkland, WA

I've always liked little whit elights in the trees.  Even wrapped around the trunks like they were in Florida when I lived there.

I often wish towns that have them up at Christmas would leave them there year round. 


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