• Winter Hours The garden will be closed Oct. 25 - Nov 5,
    and open November 6 - March 31 on weekends only

  • 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 2021 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

  • New Garden Photos Heronswood Garden photos
    by Richard Probst

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

3 days ago

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Spring starts in January, right? Blooms abound at Heronswood so come visit this weekend - the weather looks great! We’re open 10am to 3pm Saturday and Sunday

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5 days ago

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The big mulch begins! Every year, we attempt to mulch every border before our collective bodies give out. Here’s the progress so far. A big shout out to all our brave volunteers who make light work of this Herculean task 👍

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7 days ago

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Evergreens like these conifers come into their own in winter. They provide color and structure year round, but now without the distraction of flowers, they can really shine

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1 week ago

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Mulching near the Renaissance Garden pond, I heard a splash and was delighted to see four otters, presumably mother and three young

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2 weeks ago

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Working on hellebores in the Woodland Garden, I was distracted by a strangely clinical fragrance. Following my nose led me to this witch hazel, ‘Jelena’, in bloom. What really caught my eye was the strange bubbly bark

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2 weeks ago

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You don’t NEED to remove leaves from hellebore hybrids, but it sure makes the flowers easier to see! It also removes pests and diseases like these whitefly

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2 weeks ago

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Heronswood is open this weekend! Come visit to see the first flowers of 2022, plus blooming hellebores on sale. Open Sat-Sun, 10am-3pm

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3 weeks ago

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Back in the garden after the big chill and there’s a few flowers, a few fatalities and lots of frost damage

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3 weeks ago

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It’s our last post of 2021! Thanks everyone for supporting the Heronswood Garden and we wish you and your loved ones all the best for 2022!

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4 weeks ago

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Check out this ruby-crowned kinglet foraging in the snow in Heronswood’s Renaissance Garden. If you’d like to escape the frigid temperatures, join us Friday for our last Traveler’s Garden lecture when Director Patrick McMillan will show us the wonders of the US coastal plain, with its carnivorous plants and sunny skies. Get tickets on our website: heronswood.odoo.com/event

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