Located in beautiful Skagit Valley, we offer a wide variety of common and uncommon plants, garden accessories, antiques and gifts. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is here to assist you year-round, seven days a week. We offer seasonal garden tours and host special events and gardening classes. We strive to have our nursery fit seamlessly with the farmland surrounding it and hope it is as inspiring to our customers as it is a place of continual enjoyment for us.
Join Certified Arborist, Christina Pfeiffer to learn how to save work and produce better results by doing the right amount of the right pruning on the right plants during this time of year.
John and Kathy Willson of Swede Hill Dahlia and Sunflower Farm can show you how to grow, tend and harvest dahlias successfully
Discover how to work with our Northwest climate and soils in this practical and inspirational class with Wonder-Flora Landscape designer Janaki Kilgore.
Worm composting uses worms to do the work of breaking down waste and is more efficient and easier to manage than a traditional backyard compost pile. In addition, its compact design makes it perfect for use in any household. Learn how to set up, care for and harvest a vermiculture system from ex¬pert Elsie Konzelman of Nature’s Footprint.
Kathy Hirdler of Floribunda Designs will help you see art as another layer to add in your garden. Photos from her garden travels provide sparks of ideas and she has the practical know-how for making it work in our Northwest climate.
How we treat the soil determines the success and health of the landscape. Join Certified Arborist, Christina Pfeiffer to learn the best things to do – and not do – at this time of year in order to get ready for winter.
Join Certified Arborist and Consultant, Christina Pfeiffer as she explains different mulch materials and how they perform in the garden for weed suppression, aesthetics, and maintaining soil condition.
Join Ani Gurnee of Aulos Designs to learn how to incorporate native plants in your garden for an attractive look while creating an eco-friendly habitat.
Join Laura Campbell as she walks you through the step by step pro¬cess of making an adorable moss wall pocket (basket) with a bit of chicken wire, moss and vines.
How big will the winning giant pumpkin in the weigh-off be this year? Last year it was 1,450 pounds! Come for a fun day of gawking at huge orange blobs, plus pony rides, face painting, toad races, carnival games, harvest food, and music.
Got bats? If you want a healthy ecosystem, then the answer is “yes!” Back by popular demand, Kathleen Bander, founder of Bats Northwest, joins the fun of our Skagit Valley Giant Pumpkin Festival to talk about the 15 species of bats native to Washington.