Duane Kelly, founder of the NW Flower and Garden Show, welcomes Susan to the seminar stage.
Children of all ages learn how to grow plants in the Five-Minute Greenhouse.
Red Osier Dogwood is one plant used for cuttings in the “greenhouse.”
Cyle Eldred, NW Flower and Garden Show manager, greets Susan while touring the displays.
Tom Quigley, of Olympic Nursery, and Susan at his award-winning Patchwork Garden Display (separated at birth?).
Patchwork Picnic was one of several "rooms" in Quigley's display garden.
Patchwork quilt inspires another element of Quigley's garden display.
Garden writer and speaker Marianne Binetti shares a lively exchange with Susan among the exhibits.
Bill Collins, of the Nursery and Landscape Association's Seattle Chapter, volunteers to assist speakers at the show.