Hosted Excursion: Northwest Flower Garden Festival

Herald the start of spring with gardening enthusiasts at this annual celebration. The NW Flower and Garden Festival in Seattle is the second-largest garden show in the United States. The display gardens will have 28,000 blooming bulbs in 20 plus full-scale display gardens to inspire everyone.

Stroll the marketplace with over 300 exhibitors. There are thousands of plants, vintage garden vendors and gourmet marketplace. Traffic cooperating, we will arrive at the Convention Center at 11:00 AM, in time to enjoy the Container Wars with Cisco Morris and Richie Steffen

The show offers a roster of over 100 of the finest seminars. When you dig into the free seminars and demonstrations you’ll be inspired to turn your garden dreams into reality. The seminars blend stunning visuals showcasing cutting-edge advice from garden designers, horticulturists and authors.

Buy your ticket now at the Early Bird price (www.gardenshow.com) and enjoy a day with the SJI Garden Club at the FESTIVAL.

  • Date: February 22, 2019
  • Time: Eastbound Ferry FH 8:05 AM Westbound 7:50 PM
    – Orcas 7:00 AM 7:10 PM
    – Lopez 7:45 AM 7:50 PM
  • Cost: $50 – Transportation includes ferry ticket
    Does NOT include food, festival entry ($19) or the driver gratuity

San Juan Island Garden Club web site www.sjigardenclub.weebly.com
Reservations are required prior to February 18, 2019

To register contact:
Kathie Forsyth 360-378-5071 kathie.forsyth@edwardjones.com
Vonnie Harold 360-298-0859 yharold99@gmail.com

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Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:46 am by

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