9 Places TO Get Your Flower Fix
The Pacific Northwest's gardens produce a flavorful panorama of beautiful flowers to compliment its stately conifer forests. This summer take a chance to visit some of the amazing gardens and nurseries that can be found throughout the region!
Skagit Valley Gardens is oh-so-much-more than a nursery! You can get lost for hours on this 25-acre garden center perusing the beautiful plants, flowers, and shrubs. To keep up your energy, stop by the Field of Beans Cafe for a yummy lunch, made with the freshest local ingredients. 18923 Johnson Road in Mount Vernon
Did you know Christianson's Nursery & Greenhouse has the largest selection of roses and perennials in Northwest Washington? They also have a collection of unusual and hard-to-find plants. The knowledgeable staff of professional horticulturists will help your garden bloom. 15806 Best Road in Mount Vernon
Both a farm and full-service garden center, Azusa Farm & Gardens is an enchanting mix of flower fields, vegetable gardens, a gift shop, and a greenhouse. You'll delight in their thoughtfully arranged theme gardens - from Hummingbird to Shade-Loving to Fragrance - you're sure to find the perfect plant. 14904 State Route 20, Mount Vernon
RoozenGaarde features a beautiful 5-acre display garden planted with over 1/2 million bulbs, a 25-acre tulip field, and a 20-acre daffodil field. 15867 Beaver Marsh Road in Mount Vernon
At Meerkerk Gardens you can leisurely stroll through the ten acres of gorgeous white, pink, red, & purple blooms, pass by magical ponds and stately trees. See if you can find the "secret garden" in the woods! 3531 Meerkerk Lane in Greenbank
Chocolate Flower Farm is a specialty plant nursery featuring dark maroon colored plants and chocolate-themed products. 5040 Saratoga Road in Langley
Lavender Wind has 17 varieties of lavender growing in their fields that bloom at different times. You will want to roll down the window and take in the wonderful scents! 15 Coveland St #284 in Coupeville
A magical place that's doing important work, Bonhoeffer Gardens in Stanwood is home to 20 acres of uniquely native NW flora, including endangered species. Kiosks provide shelter on a rainy day as well as a habitat for butterflies. There is also a mile of wheelchair accessible path. If you visit during the spring, prepare to be dazzled by Daffodil Hill with 400,000 sunny, yellow daffodils surrounding a 115-year-old church. 1421 Hall Road in Arlington
Anique Rose Farm showcases hundreds of different of roses, perennials, and hanging baskets making this farm a feast for the eyes! 12220 Springhetti Road in Snohomish
While you're visiting these amazing locations be sure to pick up things to decorate your home and garden!