It’s that time of year when gardeners can’t wait to get in the garden. January is a great month to start planing your garden, sketching out new gardens and buying seeds. It’s also a good time to attend one of the best garden shows on the West Coast.
Yes, today I want to give away two tickets to the Northwest Flower and Garden Festival in Seattle. The garden festival runs from Wednesday, Feb. 20, - Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019. Each ticket is good for one admission.
So how do you win the tickets? Hop on over to my Facebook page at That Bloomin’ Garden , like my page and comment on the pinned giveaway post at the top of my That Bloomin’ Garden Facebook page. Let me know what kind of gardening you do or where you are from. If you have a garden question just ask. As a master gardener I like to help people with their garden questions.
I will be speaking at the Northwest Flower and Garden Festival on Thursday, February 21 at 10 a.m. on Veggie Gardening 201-Digging Deeper into the Patch. I will talk about vegetable gardening with some tips that have worked for me over the years. I will also be on the do-it-yourself stage on Friday, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. showing you how easy it is to grow a beautiful garden from seed. Most of you already know I love seeds. Watching my plants grow from seed to harvest is so rewarding. Each one I grow is special to me.
The garden festival is full of things to see and it will feel like spring as soon as you walk in the door. From the elegant displays of gardens to the unique container plantings on the bridge, there is something for everyone to see. The market place has hundreds of vendors and I am always looking for new ideas for the garden. The seminars are held downstairs away from the crowds with garden speakers to entertain and educate you.
Deadline for entering the ticket giveaway is 7 p.m. pacific time on Feb. 6, 2019. The giveaway is open to residents of Canada and the United States. I will have Farmer Jim draw a winner for the pair of tickets to the show and winners will be notified the next day.
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