Seattle Northwest Flower and Garden Show 2016 -- It is coming!

Description:  We are preparing again for a big Seattle event, the Seattle Northwest Flower and Garden Show, but first let's take a quick trip down memory lane.
Author: Tom Barrett
Tuesday, February 02, 2016

This is the most exciting time of year. So much talent, and so many involved in the landscape industry, converge in the Washington State Convention Center for an unbelievable presentation of creativity and landscaping perfection. In the past, we have partnered with both the Washington Association of Landscape Professionals (WALP) and the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD) to create some unique landscape designs centered on the theme of the year.

We have been developing a photo album of Northwest Flower and Garden Show memories. We've been honored to have received awards for our involvement, but nothing can match the great memories and awesome talent we been blessed to work with all these years.

Here is a peek at the past...

2012 Northwest Flower and Garden Show

Garden Theme: The Convergence Zone

2013 Northwest Flower and Garden Show

Garden Theme: Audrey's Roman Holiday

2015 Northwest Flower and Garden Show

Garden Theme: Over the Moon

This year, in 2016, the garden show is scheduled for Feb. 17-21 and I'm sure it will not disappoint. The theme this year is "America the Beautiful" ...and I do expect an abundance of beauty.

This year at the Seattle Flower and Garden Show, our company is creating an interactive opportunity for clients to meet us at our new photo display booth #710 on the same floor as the show gardens to discuss their garden wishes. This will also be an opportunity for clients to sign into our guest register so that we can add their initial consultations onto our designer's calendars. As a show special we are holding to our low initial consultation fee of $75.00.

Our booth will be manned by several of our favorite "in house" designers with support from a handful of the very best designers (including plant and color specialists) who are also members of APLD (Association of Professional landscape designers).

So... if you want the chance to talk to some really talented landscape designers, while viewing our 51-piece photo montage, and have the opportunity to register for an early spring consultation at your home (greater Seattle area only), then make it a point to stop by.

Look for Environmental Construction Inc. We will be the ones standing in awe!

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