Massive show gardens were decked out last year at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, which included a creative use of both texture and shape with the introduction of large boulders. (Sheila Miller)

Massive show gardens were decked out last year at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, which included a creative use of both texture and shape with the introduction of large boulders. (Sheila Miller)

A GROWING CONCERN: Resolve to attend garden extravaganza

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