• Plants, People & Place The S'Klallam Connections Garden

  • 2022 Plant Sale
    Schedule
    Spring: April 30 & May 1
    Fall: September 10 & 11

  • Spring-Summer Hours THE GARDEN WILL BE OPEN
    April 1st - October 16th
    Wed-Sun, 9am to 3pm

  • New Events Calendar Browse and sign up for upcoming
    lectures, classes, & special tours

  • NATURE NOTES with Dan, Patrick, & Ross

  • Virtual Garden Tours

  • Latest Photos

  • Field Notes A blog compiling the writings
    of the Heronswood Team

  • Classes at Heronswood 2022 SCHEDULE NOW AVAILABLE
    Learn from expert gardeners

  • Welcome Heronswood is a botanical garden
    of unparalleled beauty, even
    amongst the lush landscapes
    of the Pacific Northwest.

  • Volunteering Weed, Walk & Talk volunteers
    learn from our expert gardeners
    while providing important help

FAQs

Answers to questions about visiting Heronswood, membership, venue rental, where to stay, and more.

Events Calendar

We are offering a schedule of lectures, classes, and special tours.

Membership

Directly support our efforts to restore, grow, and improve the garden.

Director's Wish List

Donate an item on the Director's Wish List or help fund one. Thanks!

Plant Sales

We gather some of the best nurseries in the NW to bring you a wide variety of plants suited to our environment.

Field Notes

A blog compiling the writings of the
Heronswood Team.


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They may not be giant lilies, but the start of their flowering season is still much anticipated. Come to Heronswood and see angel’s fishing rods (Dierama pulcherrimum) flowering now

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A mixture of the curious and charming in our selection today. Giant lilies are still blooming so visit Heronswood this weekend before they finish. We’re closed on 4th of July

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7 days ago

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One of the benefits of developing our Traveler’s Garden is that it shines a spotlight on less well known parts of the garden. This fiery azalea (Rhododendron prunifolium) is native to the Alabama/Georgia border and, despite its color, has been hiding on the edge of our Woodland Garden. Now it can take center stage, at least for a week or two

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It felt like a white flower day today. Visit Heronswood this weekend, open 9am to 3pm

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It’s twinflower season and many taxonomists have a soft spot for this circumboreal honeysuckle relative. In Latin, it’s Linnaea borealis, named for the father of taxonomy, Carl Linnaeus. For me, it’s also a reminder of home as it occurs in both my native home, Scotland and my adopted one, Washington #linnaeaborealis #twinflower

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Urgh! The bullfrogs are back! This invasive amphibian from eastern North America tends to eat our native frogs, so is not a welcome guest

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3 weeks ago

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We’re midway through Pride Month 2022 so enjoy this rainbow of flowers and the diverse community of gardeners who tend them

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3 weeks ago

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Why does Heronswood have the plants that it does? Each of our gardens was inspired by a person or place. To find out more about how Heronswood came to be, join us for a Heronswood Heritage Tour. Get tickets on our website Events Calendar heronswood.odoo.com/event

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Luetkea pectinata (partridge-foot), a Washington State native member of the rose family, pictured in Olympic National Park and also here at Heronswood. Named after Russian explorer Friedrich von Lütke

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