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 Ĺ acres in Everett Washington, its ten themed gardens include the Urban Tree Walk, Entrance Garden, Rock Garden, Northwest Native Plant Trail, Rain Garden, 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, free educational classes, the annual plant sale and volunteerism. Come witness the beauty that every season holds. The Arboretum is open from dawn until dusk.
Itís time to renew your membership prior to March 1st
Spring brings an exciting new year of membership events at the Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens that you wonít want to miss. The arboretum is open and new gardens will be started soon. Plan to attend the annual meeting on March 14th to learn more about this exciting year. Your individual membership will admit one with levels above that admitting two. This is a great year to consider increasing your membership level or even giving a gift membership to a special friend to bring along.
The 'Join' tab at the top of this page allows you to renew online or create a new membership.
Our next class is A Symphony of Spring Ephemerals
Saturday, February 18, 2017 Noon-1PM
Enjoy the beautiful world of Spring Ephemerals, those sweet little woodland gems that are the first wildflowers to bloom in spring and whose fleeting beauty become a lasting memory in our gardens. RSVP: 425-257-8597. FREE.
Instructor: Susie Egan, landscape designer, garden consultant, master gardener, speaker and garden writer, owner of Cottage Lake Gardens.
The mission of the Evergreen Arboretum Foundation 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.