• 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.


Heronswood's Facebook Posts

2 days ago

Heronswood

I just adore how this agapanthus unfurls its flowers. Starting on one side, they each pop out until the surrounding bracts split fully. The remaining blooms then all emerge on curly stalks as a result of being coiled up inside the bud. A botanical bad hair day #agapanthus

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7 days ago

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Hydrangeas are at their peak this weekend, so head on over to Heronswood and catch the show

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1 week ago

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I know I’ve posted pictures of Eucryphia glutinosa ‘Snowball’ before, but I just can’t help myself. It’s a great plant, should be more widely available. We’ve planted two more in the Chilean section the Traveler’s Garden #eucryphiaglutinosa

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1 week ago

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This unlucky bee became prey for a white crab spider, a species that camouflages itself to prey on pollinators #crabspiders #unluckybee

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2 weeks ago

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Despite the heat, many Heronswood treasures are blooming. Visit the garden this weekend and you’ll also have the chance to observe a S’Klallam beading class

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2 weeks ago

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Despite the heat, many Heronswood treasures are blooming. Visit the garden this weekend and you’ll also have the chance to observe a S’Klallam beading class #portgamblesklallamtribe #summerblooms

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2 weeks ago

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This tower of flowers is Schizophragma hydrangeoides, a hydrangea relative that has colonized a dead tree. Current thinking is that this genus should be sunk into Hydrangea, making this species Hydrangea hydrangeoides, the hydrangea that resembles a hydrangea #schizophragma

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2 weeks ago

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These are the fruits of michay calafate, or Berberis microphylla. This small-leaved evergreen barberry from Patagonia was formerly known as Berberis buxifolia. Calafate fruits are prized (and cultivated) in South America, and the name calafate is also applied to Berberis darwinii #calafate #berberismicrophylla

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3 weeks ago

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With a heat wave approaching, this is the perfect weekend to visit Heronswood in comfort. Plus, the plants won’t all be fried! Open 9am to 3pm

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3 weeks ago

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10 years ago this week, Heronswood was purchased by the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe. In that decade, we’ve repaired the damage of the past and created four new landscapes, while building relationships between the tribe and wider community. We’d like to thank the PGST community and leadership for saving this remarkable garden and the wider Heronswood family that continue to support us #thankyou #portgamblesklallamtribe

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