The theme this year is "Art in Bloom." Notice how the "painting" on the table is an imitation of the larger "real life" grouping to the left. Pretty clever, Emerald city Orchids!
It's a three dimensional still life.
The Aquarium Zen folks came up with this offering which is, in my humble opinion, much more interesting than last year's offering.
Clever use for an organizer!
Sky Nursery did a lovely job with this artist/gardener retreat. Notice the hornet nest on the left.
Pot Incorporated is responsible for this and I love it to bits.
I love overhearing conversations at the show! One woman to another re: the Yucca rostrati (Yuccas rostrata?) "You know, those aren't palm trees at all but cactus!" One learns something new every day.
"Gardening in Miniature" by Two Green Thumbs Miniature Garden Center.
"Beyond the Potted Plant" by Bellevue Nursery.
"Angelic Garden" by Maples for All Seasons.
"Steel Life" by Shannon Lester
National Wildlife Federation's entry.
"Art - Alive & Growing" by Oasis Outdoor Environments
"Life As Art" by Wight's Home & Garden
If you have a non gardener with you at the show, (s)he might enjoy the view from the sky bridge. in the distant center, you can see the Public Market sign at Pike Place Market, a lovely walk from the convention center when the temperature is less frigid!