Showcasing northwest plants since 1963

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 ˝ 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, educational classes, the annual plant sale and volunteerism. Come witness the beauty that every season holds. The Arboretum is open from dawn until dusk.





If you like gardening, saving money and getting sage advice, you need to come to our annual Plant Sale & Raffle! We will have a booth at Sorticulture the week before selling raffle tickets and memberships in the arboretum. Did you know that once you join, our $10 classes are free? Membership is just $20 for individuals or $35 for families! Join or purchase ten raffle tickefs and we give you a free plant from Sunnyside Nursery. Thank you Sunnyside for supporting the arboretum year-round!


Trevor Cameron, Evergreen Arboretum President,

with Everett Mayor, Cassie Franklin



 The Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens, located in Everett’s Legion Park, is pleased to announce that the final piece of the arboretum is beginning to take shape! On January 10th,at the evening meeting of the Everett City Council, the arboretum officially gifted $75,000, raised entirely by volunteers, to the City of Everett on behalf of Everett Parks & Community Services. This donation facilitates the completion of the landscaping in the arboretum’s South Area.

The Parks Department has accepted bids and begun preparation for walkways, plinths and gardens. Through this highly-successful partnership with Everett Parks the public can look forward to an enlarged and improved arboretum in 2018.

For over 50 years, volunteers have been hard at work, fundraising, planting, designing and weeding, working to expand gardening classes, docent tours, guest speakers and complete 2 ˝ acres of gardens for locals and tourists to enjoy.

A major art installation by James Madison is included in the new garden area, along with impressive Northwest tree and plant specimens.

As part of the fundraising effort, The Evergreen Arboretum thanks everyone who donated to the Stainless Steel Oak Leaf Fundraiser for their support. Leaves will be installed this year, and purchasers will be kept informed of the progress.

 The Evergreen Arboretum is featured as “one of the 60 best gardens to visit in Washington, Oregon & British Columbia” in the book, ’The Pacific Northwest Garden Tour’ by Donald Olson and Timber Press.

The Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens is registered as a 501(3) C non-profit with the IRS and all donations are tax-deductible.

The mission of the Evergreen Arboretum 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.

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Upcoming Events

SUMMER FEST - A Family Fun Event!
(July 28, 2018, 1-3PM)

BULB FEST - A Family Fun Event!
(October 20th, 2018, Noon-2PM)

Upcoming Classes

(July 21st, 2018, 10AM-2PM)


American Legion Memorial Park
145 Alverson Blvd.
Everett, WA 98201
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PO Box 13014
Everett, WA 98206-13014

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