Keep Palm and Carry On

Bringing the tropics up north! If you see a large palm tree in the Skagit Valley, it is most likely a Trachycarpus fortunei or Chinese Windmill palm tree. A hardy evergreen species from the Arecaceae family, it is native to parts of China and regarded as drought tolerant, cold hardy, and disease-resistant. The best part?…

Starting a Veggie Garden

It’s exhilarating to be outdoors gardening again! Were you one of the many new gardeners or gardening families that got your hands in the dirt last year to raise homegrown vegetables? If you’re like the rest of us who got “bitten by the bug,” you’ve been making decisions throughout winter on which varieties of cool…

La Conner’s Daffodil Festival

Enjoy the Gardens! They both charge admission, have free parking, and acres of tulips to experience. Tulip Town RoozenGaarde   Enjoy the Fields! MARCH 1 – 30: Daffodils have already begun to send tender green shoots through the dark brown nutrient-dense Skagit soil, mainly in varieties of Dutch Master, Flower Carpet, and Standard Value – all…

Roses For 2021

Roses have arrived and are now available in Greenhouse #5, and our selection is vast and diverse. And, thanks to modern-day hybridizers who strive to develop the healthiest varieties without compromising the eternal beauty of the bloom and bush, we have curated this year’s Rose List by bringing together a collection of roses unique in…