Showcasing northwest plants since 1963
Referred to as Snohomish County's 'treasure', the Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens is both a place of beauty and education and is free to the public. Located on 3 ˝ acres in American Legion Memorial Park, Everett Washington, its ten themed gardens include the Urban Tree Walk, Entrance Garden, Rock Garden, Northwest Native Plant Trail, Japanese Maple Grove, Northwest Demonstration Garden, Viewing Mound, Woodland and Conifer Gardens as well as the 200' Snohomish County Master Gardener's Demonstration Border and sculptures throughout. Weaving through these gardens are ADA approved pervious pathways in most areas. There are countless ways to experience and enjoy all that the Evergreen Arboretum has to offer; docent-led tours, educational classes, the annual plant sale and volunteerism. Come witness the beauty that every season holds. The Arboretum is open from dawn until dusk.
Begins Tuesday, July 2nd! Imagine Children's Museum is offering a four or eight week coursefor parents and littles (3-5 yrs) at the Arboretum Classroom #105 at the arboretum!
Copy the link below to your browser to register.
So many fun activities at Summer Fest on Sat, July 27th!
The Evergreen Arboretum will have a scavenger hunt and free plants to take home.
Look for Bugs with the Master Gardeners and enjoy face painting, rock painting and picture painting with Everett YMCA, Girl Scout Troup 44342 and Paint with Vickie.
The Everett Library Main Branch will have nature books to read or kids can sit in the grass and read with Therapy Dogs.
Take part in a yoga session in our backyard garden from Yoga with Bev, create a fun art project at the Imagine Children’s Museum table, or dance and sing with Marco Cortes on guitar.
Plant veggie seedlings with the Everett Garden Club, and learn about birds through fun games with the Pilchuck Audubon Society.
Thank you participants and sponsors!
On Wednesday, June 12th, David Haslett installed 'Equatorial Equinox' the basalt piece he created, honoring Andy Sudkamp. This photo of Dave with MaryAnn Sudkamp says it all. The inscription reads "Isn't nature wonderful?" Andy Sudkamp was a biology teacher at Everett High School and a long-time friend of the Evergreen Arboretum Society. Donations to the Sculpture Fund are still being accepted on this website under the Donate tab.
The mission of the Evergreen Arboretum is to create and maintain an inspirational arboretum and gardens accessible to all, internationally-acclaimed and locally-enjoyed for its plant diversity, original art and educational opportunities.