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Kent businesses participate in Northwest Flower & Garden Show

The 26th Northwest Flower & Garden Show is Feb. 5-9 at the Washington State Convention Center - Courtesy photo
The 26th Northwest Flower & Garden Show is Feb. 5-9 at the Washington State Convention Center
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Kent businesses showcase their products and services at the 26th Northwest Flower & Garden Show on Feb. 5-9 at the Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

The show provides imagination and inspiration with its magnificent showcase of gardens big and small, more than 100 free seminars, "Play With Friends" for families and a large lineup of exhibitors in the marketplace.

Kent's Asia Pacific Gardening Inc., LeafGuard NW; Smith Brothers Farms, and Sunglo Greenhouses will be in the marketplace.

Art in Bloom is the show's theme, with the region's top garden designers and landscape firms embracing a festive tribute to art in more than 20 colorful and dramatic display gardens. It's a rich palette of color and light, with thousands of blooming flowers and exotic plants giving show-goers a sneak preview of spring.

Adult tickets are $22; $5 for youth (ages 13-17); children 12 and under are free.

Discount tickets ($17) are available up to Feb. 4, and can be purchased by visiting the show's website or at more than 75 participating nurseries and retail outlets in the region.

Visit www.gardenshow.com for online purchases and complete listing of ticket sale outlets. Phone orders can be placed at 800-343-6973.

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