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Gardens Accessible to the Public
Visit these gardens to see the plants up close
and to watch how they change through the seasons.

These gardens may be visited most anytime. Some restrictions may apply if, for example, the garden is located in a park or on school grounds that close at night. Gardens located at businesses should only be visited during open hours.

Gardens in Benton County

Volunteers including local scout troops have meticulously installed and maintained this garden which features over 15 native species that thrive in the sandy dunes. Congratulations to the site lead Dirk, and all his fabulous volunteers who have transformed and maintain this space! For directions on how to get to this public garden, check out Tapteal Greenway's website.

Gardens in Franklin County

Check out the public demo garden at the McNary Education Center installed and maintained by Friends of McNary! Located at the McNary Education Center at 64 Maple Street in Burbank.


Check out the public demo garden at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge's Education Center located at 64 Maple Street in Burbank.

Gardens in Grant-Adams County
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WSU Extension Grant-Adams Master Gardeners Native Plant Demonstration Garden at the Moses Lake Public Library. Stop by for a visit!

Gardens in Kittitas County

2211 W. Dolarway, Ste. 4, Ellensburg


The Master Gardener Water and Fire Wise demonstration garden is located at the Kittitas Valley Event Center: 901 E. 7th Ave. Ellensburg


 Wippel Park Heritage Pollinator Garden, a Morning Rotary Project 400 N Elliott Street, Ellensburg.  This garden is a Hall of Fame Heritage Garden going above and beyond the minimum requirements for certification.  

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