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  •  No admission charges, donations welcome
  • Enthusiasts may walk/visit/take pictures anytime,
  • Children must be accompanied by adults,
  • Dogs under control; dog area at Gardens’ south end,
  • Please stay on the paths; do not pick leaves,
  • Enjoy our mile of perfectly level paths/boardwalks.

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We are a private garden, not a public park; ours is the NW’s only complete native botanical garden.  Visitors enter under the Revised Codes of Washington – RCW 4.24.200  & .24.210, allowing public recreational use, including nature study and viewing or enjoying scenic or scientific sites/waterways on private land.

 Our location is unique, at the eastern end of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, 55 miles from the open Pacific Ocean.  It combines a mix of (3) plant environments: Pacific coastal, Puget Sound trough, and Cascade slope allowing propagation of all native flora (837 species).
2420 300th St NW
Stanwood, WA  98292
49 minutes north of Seattle CenterpiecePicture

While walking the Gardens, look
for our resident River Otter.