SAVE THE DATES for the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival in 2022!
FEBRUARY 9-13, 2022
WASHINGTON STATE CONVENTION CENTER
705 PIKE STREET, SEATTLE, WA
We are thrilled to return to the Convention Center as a vendor this year, and yes, we will be hosting four buses to the Festival in 2022: two 56-passenger coaches are reserved for Wednesday, February 9, and one 56-passenger bus is reserved for Thursday and Friday, February 10 & 11. Tickets for our Flower Buses will be available mid-December to purchase, and we are excited to journey down to the Convention Center with you!
Click HERE to learn more about this year’s festival.
Please note, COVID vaccination cards and facemasks will be required to get into the show and to ride our Flower Buses.
Christianson’s 2020 Plant List for ‘Hill Top Farm’
Interested in acquiring the plants we used that made our display garden complete? Here is our curated, two-page NWFGF Plant List that we used for “Hill Top Farm” display.
NWFGF ‘Hill Top Farm’
Award-Winning Display Garden 2020: “Hill Top Farm”
A Hopeful Spring
A Garden in the Making
Toni: Our samples of three types of English fencing styles will be of interest. We will have a rail style fence built by our master carpenters, Carl and Mike, using salvaged wood from the 300-foot shade house we needed to take down at the Nursery because of its age. We’ll also have a dry stone fence built by Joshua from Vashon Island. He will be using stones from Marenakos Stone for this wall. And, last but not least, we will have a living fence designed and built by Laura who is a master at weaving plants and vines together to build anything from a seasonal wreath to topiary to a living fence. She also plants over 600 beautiful hanging baskets and numerous container gardens for spring and summer sales at our Nursery.
Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top
Drawing Inspiration from Beatrix’s Garden
Northwest Flower & Garden Festival 2020
A Day Well Spent
John and Toni Christianson have been a participant at Seattle’s Northwest Flower & Garden Festival since 1991. A Day Well Spent (featured below) was Christianson’s award-winning garden design from 2011.