Come Vist the Educational Garden at Greenbank Farm

Program Contact: Loren Imes
(360) 678-2343 • loren.imes@wsu.edu

The Island County WSU Master Gardeners’ Educational Garden at Greenbank Farm provides a unique opportunity for the public to learn about gardening practices they can use in their own gardens. The gardens contain examples of adapting gardening to a variety of environmental conditions; of choosing the right plant for the right place; of designing gardens for special purposes; and of using recycled materials. In addition, Master Gardeners offer public workshops and demonstrations on a variety of gardening topics. The setting for the Educational Garden is an early 20th century farm, and the design of each individual garden project is in keeping with the ambiance of this historic site.

Educational Garden at Greenbank FarmFROM THE SOUTH:  From Seattle take I-5 North and follow the signs to the Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry. Take the Mukilteo/Clinton ferry to Whidbey Island (20 minute crossing). Proceed north on State Route 525 approximately 14 miles to the town of Greenbank. Just past The Greenbank Store turn right (East) on Wonn Road at the ‘Greenbank Farm’ sign. Drive to the big red barn. You will find the gardens marked to the right beyond the picket fence.

FROM THE NORTH: From points north follow I-5 south to State Route 20, follow signs to Whidbey Island/Deception Pass State Park. Continue south on SR 20 through Oak Harbor about 45 miles to Wonn Road in Greenbank. Turn left (East) on Wonn Road at the ‘Greenbank Farm’ sign. Drive to the big red barn. You will find the gardens marked to the right beyond the picket fence.