Upcoming Arboretum Classes


One bonus of yearly membership in the Evergreen Arboretum is our engaging, informative classes. While available to the public for a fee, classes are free for members! You can JOIN right here on our website.

Many of our classes are held in the Arboretum itself, like our pruning classes, while others are held in the Arboretum Portable to the left of the entrance. They are very popular, so pre-registration is required. Class times vary, but the joy of gardening is a given!
PLANTS FOR WINTER PIZAZZ
Sat, Nov 16, 1-2PM



How do you create winter interest in your garden when all the leaves have fallen and the branches are bare? Come to this class and learn from an artistic expert, what he recommends to create winter interest. Horticultural Classroom 105. RSVP to 425-257-8597.

Join online or day of class. Individuals: $25. Families: $40. Membership includes free classes all year!




Hellebores - Winter Jewels
Sa, Jan 18, 2020 1-2 PM


Hellebores are the consummate winter interest plant for our Northwest gardens, with varieties blooming from late December through late April. Come learn from the humorous and wise Sunnyside Nursery Whistling Gardener, Steve Smith,  all there is to know about this easy care perennial. Weather permitting the class will also take a walk in the Arboretum to see where newly installed hellebores may be planted. 

Meet in the Horticultural classroom #105.

Instructor- Steve Smith, Whistling Gardener of Sunnyside Nursery





Winter Pruning Workshop
Sa, Feb 15, 2020, Noon - 2 PM


This class will begin indoors with a slideshow detailing proper winter pruning techniques. It will continue outdoors with a hands-on demonstration. Come learn from the best: Trevor Cameron, general manager of Sunnyside Nursery, will demystify the pruning process. He will show you the cuts that keep maples and other plants and trees in tip top form. Dress for the weather and bring your pruners so you can try out your newly acquired pruning skills. Meet in the Horticultural classroom #105.Members free / Non-members $10





Colorful, Classy Camellias
Sa, Mar 21, 1-2 PM


Cherished for their masses of magnificent flowers, and varieties that bloom from early winter to late spring, Camellias are a great way to add interest to your winter garden. Come learn all you need to know about the selection and care of Camellias in our area from expert Wayne Walker. The class will include a tour of the arboretum to see the location of some of our newest Camellias that will be adding blooms to the arboretum from November to April.  Meet in the Horticultural classroom #105. Members free / Non-members $10

Instructor - Wayne Walker, Evergreen Arboretum board member and Camellia expert 





Celebrate the Earth with Summer Bloomers
Sa, Apr 18, 2020, 1-2 PM


Come learn about the wide variety of summer blooming bulbs that can be grown in our region and learn how to care for them. The class will be taught by Master Gardeners of Snohomish County. Meet in the Horticultural classroom #105. ***Stay after the class and help us celebrate Earth Day in the Arboretum by planting summer flowering bulbs. Members free / Non-members $10.

Instructors: Master Gardeners of Snohomish County














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