Flower World is an authorized local ticket outlet for the 2018 Northwest Flower and Garden Festival held at The Washington State Convention Center
in Seattle
Feb 7th - Feb 11th

Early bird tickets are on sale now

Assorted Succulents
Stromanthe amabalis
Decorative Containers and Statuary
Our Turtle and Goldfish Pond
Pansy - True Blue
January Green Sale
All Indoor Plants 40% Off!
Bring your e-club card for an additional 10% discount
(Now through February 4th, 2018)
Indoor Foliage Plants

As you can see, our greenhouses are filled to the brim with a tremendous assortment of Foliage plants. After the holidays are over, it is time to refresh your home and office with INDOOR FOLIAGE PLANTS. We invite you to come out and wander through several of our tropical "jungle" greenhouses to enjoy the displays and the wide variety of house plants. If you are looking for a small 4" african violet to add to your collection or for a 12 ft tall majestic Kentia Palm as center display in your entry way….we have them all. 

Especially nice and plentiful is our 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 plant for medium to low light conditions and require a minimum of care.
Broadleaf Evergreens - like Camellias
These are available in shrub, tree, topiary 
or espalier form.

Flowering shrubs are becoming more and more prominent in the Pacific Northwest landscapes. People are continuously looking for year-round color as well as the ease of lower maintenance of shrubs. Choose from a wide assortment of Hydrangeas, Pieris, and Camellia’s for your shade areas. 
For the sun areas in your yard choose from Chaenomeles, Potentilla, and Spirea. During spring and summer these shrubs will give you a wide range of flower color, leaf variegation as well as different foliage textures that are so much in demand lately.
Japanese Maples

Do you wish for something extremely colorful, eye catching and unusual for a focal point in your landscape? Then consider a Japanese Maple! 

These deciduous shrubs and small trees are native to Japan and Korea and are very ornamental plants with slow growth. They are the most delicate and airy looking of the maple family and offer year-round interest. The new growth in the spring will have glowing red, pink , yellow and bight green leaves, usually turning to a soft green in the summer. Their fall colors can astound you with a color spectrum of yellow to red to orange. The slender bare branches will show off its interesting and intricate branch patterns for added winter enjoyment. 

The grafted cultivars are generally smaller and slower in growth. Very effective as small lawn tree, in large patio planters, in entryways and in rock gardens. Ideal for Japanese gardens and around pools and stream beds in water gardens. Invaluable in tubs and as bonsai specimens.

Ornamental Grasses
Pennesetum 'Little Bunny'
Grasses are becoming an important addition to any landscape.  The wide range of attractive colors and textures makes these plants very useful in rock gardens and around pools, ponds or stream beds.  The graceful appearance and beautiful coloring makes them also an outstanding choice in container gardening. Selections range from the dwarf clump forming varieties, such as the Ophiopogon japonicus (Mondo Grass) or Carex morrowii 'Variegata' (Japanese Sedge Grass) to the much taller growing varieties, such as the Phormiums as well as the gracefully arching Miscanthus sinensis 'Zebrina' (Zebra Grass) and Cortaderia selloana (Pampas Grass.)

Perennials have always been a large part of gardening due to the fact that they will come back, regrow, spread and flower year after year. Some perennials are herbaceous, which means that the foliage dies back in the winter, but the plants will regrow from their root stock the following year.  There are also evergreen perennials that keep their foliage throughout the winter. Most of the perennials only bloom for about 6 - 8 weeks. The art of planting a successful perennial garden is to plan different varieties with successive blooming periods so that you can enjoy year-round color. It is always a treat to see them come back and bloom again year after year!  

Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'
Echinacia 'Pow Wow Wild Berry'