Olivine's insect habitat
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A handsome, modern "insectary" panel affixed to the outside of the cottagey dining area in the display built by Olivine Landscape.

Olivine Landscape's chicken coop
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Olivine Landscapes featured a pretty chicken coop in their display garden. Rustic, cute and practical. Some good, inventive art as well, including some rusted, woven metal balls by Jill Torberson.

Olivine Landscape's seating area
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The seating area at Olivine Landscape booth – designed by Marina Wynton and partner – always seemed to be jammed.

Living Gardens pergola
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Living Gardens’ display garden used almost all Pacific Northwest native plants (except for the edible landscape area). I liked the elegant pergola with a retractable sun shade – although personally, I’d use vines for that!

Yveline and Scott of Living Gardens
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Designer and builder Yveline Wilnau and Scott Schultze own and operate Living Gardens.

Terry Gibson's display garden
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Landscape architect Terry Gibson had a large, bright space in which to play with pan-Asian and Latin American influences in his spacious display garden.

Terry Gibson
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Here, landscape architect Terry Gibson tells me the intricate Chinese-influenced gate he made (background) was just an excuse to indulge his obsession with copper pipe.

Olivine's insect habitat
Olivine Landscape's chicken coop
Olivine Landscape's seating area
Living Gardens pergola
Yveline and Scott of Living Gardens
Terry Gibson's display garden
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