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All Sequim Prairie Garden Club meetings are held in the Pioneer Memorial Park clubhouse at 387 East Washington Street in Sequim, Social Time 10:00 - 10:30 am, Educational Presentation 10:30 - 11:30 am

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, we are in the middle of a very difficult period in our country. The Sequim Prairie Garden Club, just like the rest of the country, has been listening to the health care experts and our city, state and national officials. We are suspending our monthly garden club meetings and educational presentations until the experts tell us they are safe to reinstate.We hope to be able to reinstate all of our normal activities as soon as possible. Please take care of yourselves and your loved ones.

Gardening in the Park with SPGC Members
Join the Fun Every Monday & Thursday (until further notice)
9:30 am to 12:00 pm

Enjoy the Holiday Lights

November 28, 2020, 5:00 PM - January 3, 2021, 5:00 PM, Throughout Sequim

The Sequim Elves have been hard at work lighting up the town for the holiday season. Enjoy the enchanting displays around town through the end of the year.

May 8th

SPGC Annual Spring Garden Sale - Don’t Miss It!

Don’t miss this fantastic annual sale that includes shrubs, perennials, annual flowers plus veggie, tomato and herb starts. In addition, we have fantastic yard and garden art plus beautiful botanical prints, ready to hang in your home.

2021 Field Trips – SPGC Members or Invited Guests Only

SPGC will abide by all State of Washington and Clallam County guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic at the time of the trip. Field trips will be arranged into a caravan of small groups or individuals alone traveling to the destination according to member preferences. Communications will be sent to the membership one week prior to the event.

April 14 - Wednesday

Chimacum Woods, 2722 Thorndyke Road, Port Ludlow

Chimacum Woods is approximately seven acres of species rhododendrons. Some 300 species populate the collection in Robert (Bob) Zimmerman’s garden. As Bob takes you on a tour of this woodland garden, you will see rhodies which have been growing for about 40 years. The path through the woodland garden is steep in some places and sturdy shoes are a requirement. Robert Zimmerman grows his species rhododendrons in greenhouses at Chimacum Woods. They are for sale at Chimacum Woods and at several nurseries.
Chimacum Woods

May 11 - Tuesday

Whitney Gardens, 306264 US-101, Brinnon

Set in seven acres of easy walking paths, Whitney Gardens displays hybrid rhododendrons set among rare trees and ponds. Some of the trees are the oldest living specimens of the species in the state. The garden also includes an abundance of azaleas, magnolias, maples, camellias, and other plants. The nursery, open since the 1950’s, has a large selection of flowers, plants, trees, and shrubs. Admission is a $1.00 donation.
Whitney Gardens

June 9 - Wednesday

Secret Gardens Nursery, 13570 Airport Cutoff Rd., Port Townsend

Being true to its name, the entrance to the Secret Gardens Nursery is just beyond their landscaping supplies. Once you walk through the nursery’s gate, you discover a well-organized nursery stocked with a large variety of plants and gardening supplies. Their perennials, organized by sun or shade loving tendencies, are purchased from established Pacific Northwest growers.
Secret Gardens

July 23 - Friday

Valley Nursery, 20882 Bond Road, Poulsbo

Valley Nursery is always a favorite site to visit. Valley Nursery has six acres of nicely presented shrubs, trees, perennials and annuals. They have a large variety of all types of gardening necessities.
Valley Nursery

August 19 - Thursday

The Brothers Greenhouses, 3200 Victory Dr. SW, Port Orchard

The Brothers Greenhouses is an independently owned and operated garden center. Plants grown in their facility easily adapt to different climates on the Olympic Peninsula. Open year-round, it is their goal to provide well-cared-for plants, inspirational gardens, and educational opportunities for the local community.
The Brothers Greenhouses

September 7 - Tuesday

Dungeness Levee, 2769 Towne Road, Sequim

The restoration of the Dungeness River will bring improved habitat for birds, fish, and wildlife. Meet at the Old Dungeness Schoolhouse for a leisurely stroll along the river levee to see restoration in action! North Olympic Land Trust and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe with explain their current restoration efforts. Bob Boekelheide will share insights on the birds, fish, wildlife, and plants who call this area home as we look for migrating birds and spawning salmon

Clallam County Master Gardeners'