Acer griseum - Paperbark Maple
Pansy 'True Blue'
Fatsia japonica - False Aralia
Dusty Miller
Euonymous europeus - Spindle Tree Berries
Pansy - Matrix Rose Wing
Indoor Foliage
Ficus lyrata - Fiddleleaf Fig
It is always indoor plant season. As you will see, our greenhouses are bursting with a wonderful assortment of foliage plants.  After the summer is over, it is the perfect time to refresh and decorate your home and office with indoor plants. 

We invite you to come out and wander through our several tropical "jungle" greenhouses to enjoy the displays and wide variety of house plants. If you are looking for a small 2.5" succulent/cacti to add to your collection or for a 12' tall majestic fiddle leaf fig as a center display in your entry way... we have them all.


We have a nice and plentiful selection of Calatheas. These interesting plants are native to tropical South America and Africa and are close relatives of the Marantaceae family (Prayer Plants). Calatheas are mainly grown for their beautiful colored foliage in various shades of green, silver, white, red and pink. The Calatheas are an excellent indoor plant for medium to low light conditions and require a minimum of care.

Helleborus orientalis
Although there are so many blooming perennials in the spring we generally have a much better selection of perennials as the season progresses into summer and fall. We seed perennials during the summer for the following year's plant crop. Division of perennials grown from plugs are started in fall and winter to provide an established plant in early summer. Don't forget to make a return visit during the summer months to see the fabulous Echinacea, Lupines, Delphiniums, Salvias, Rudbeckias and Phygelius in full bloom.

Broadleaf and Deciduous Shrubs
Camellia s. 'Appleblossom'
Our new crop of Camellias came in.

Flowering shrubs have become more and more prominent in the PNW landscape. Year-round color and the ease of maintaining these shrubs is very appealing. 

Choose from Hydrangeas, Pieris and Camellias for your shade areas. For sunnier areas in your yard, consider Chaenomeles, Potentilla and Spirea. During spring and summer these shrubs will give you a wide range of flower color, leaf variegation and different foliage textures. 

Flower World is an authorized local ticket outlet for the 2019 Northwest Flower & Garden Festival held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle on February 20-24.

Early Bird Adult - $19
Early Bird Student - $10