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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Glimpses of NWFGS - 2018



These are some pictures of several display gardens at the 
Northwest Flower and Garden Festival-2018 (Seattle, WA, February 7-11).
Description of the gardens can be found here: NWFGS










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Two previous gardens are here:
'Bee Simple'
'Wabi-Sabi, Embrace Flawed Beauty'

***Copyright 2018 TatyanaS

12 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing.
    Your photos are a beautiful again this year.
    Spring can't be too far off.
    Looking forward to what going on in your garden too.
    Linda C Seattle

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    1. Hi Linda! Thank you! I clean my garden and see some signs of spring. I also hope that several tender perennials survived our 25 degrees in February!
      Stay warm!

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  2. Tatyana... thanks for posting... inspriration during what is a cold, windy, and tiresome time of the year here in Wisconsin... much appreciated! Larry

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    1. Thank you, Larry! Our winter is mild, with February being the coldest month so far in my garden. I hope your garden will go through this season without any losses. You stay warm and healthy!

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  3. I can hardly wait until tulips, daffodils etc begin to bloom here. Seeing these makes my heart beat faster.

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    1. Thank you, Lisa! My daffodils are getting ready, but I won't see any tulips, no thanks to squirrels. It's good that I got my 'tulip dose' at the NWFGShow!

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  4. Thank you Tanya! It was so nice seeing you there!

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    1. I hope to see you at the show next February, Irina! Thank you!

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  5. Very lovely! Such a nice breath of spring to go to such a show in winter. The show near me in Boston is still a few weeks out.

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  6. What a fantastic show. Many of the exhibits are very elaborate for a temporary setting. I have a weakness for coloured glass, so that one is a particular favourite. Thank you so much for sharing this, Tatyana. In a few weeks we have the Melbourne International Garden Show. I haven't been for a few years, now you've inspired me to go and take photos and turn it into a blog post.

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  7. More beautiful shots of the show; it's always a high point of the gardening season for me.

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  8. Every other garden show, especially this one, looks way more elaborate than the one here in Columbus Ohio!

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