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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

In Expectation of the NWFGS


The display gardens are the center of the Northwest Flower and Garden Show 
but the Marketplace is also a big deal! 
I'll be glad to see familiar and new names and check what they offer this year.
Here are some Marketplace's gems from the last year's show. 
Plants, garden tools, accessories, ornaments, food.... you name it! 
To see the pictures big, just click on the first one, and they all will be shown on the bottom of the page.






 









































































See you at the Show!

***Copyright 2016 TatyanaS

12 comments:

  1. I'm looking forward to it. Need to buy something I forgot to buy last year! Thanks for reminding Tatyana!

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  2. Oh this needed a warning sign.
    Now I want to have one of everything.
    The little Red Pig so cute.
    Come on Spring I can hardly wait.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Linda C in Seattle

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  3. I'm off to the first show of the year next month here in Scotland but nothing near the scale of the NWFGS - hope you have a good time and come home with lots of goodies for your garden Tatyana. I look forward to reading all about it.

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  4. Maybe this is the year that I'll go back to our own local home and garden show. I was bored of it, so I stopped going. But what if there are unique new vendors to see? I'd better go, and check for sure!

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  5. Wow, that's a lot of things to see, to photograph and to buy. I love most those small cute cottages.

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  6. So many highlights there! Enjoy! Our Wisconsin Garden Expo is in mid-February. It's a fun event, too, but it always seems weird to go when it's so cold outside. I wish it was held in March. Anyway, have a great time! Your spring is closer than mine. :)

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  7. How fun to see a flower show in the middle of winter! It looks like such a fun one, too. Our Boston show isn't until mid-March. While admittedly that date is better for selling and buying plants, I would love some sort of winter plant fix!

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  8. So much to see, wherever do you begin?

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  9. Flower and garden shows always offer a lot of inspiration. NGFGS is a good one and one I am unlikely to see in person, so I look forward to seeing your post about the show!

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  10. I love garden shows and yours is amazing, Tatyana. We have my favorite, The Philadelphia Flower Show, early next month and I can't wait. P. x

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  11. I could do some serious shopping there. I wish I could go!

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  12. Always so much great stuff to see at the show! I'm so looking forward to it!

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