The WSU Chelan-Douglas County Master Gardeners Community Education Garden is located at 1100 North Western Avenue in Wenatchee, WA to demonstrate sustainable gardening practices.
Read a plant list for each garden, listed under the garden name at the right.
Since this is a demonstration garden, please do not pick or remove any plant, flower or vegetable.
These theme gardens demonstrate that gardening and landscaping can be productive and beautiful while employing sustainable gardening practices.
WSU Master Gardeners work in the garden most Friday mornings April to October. Stop by to talk to us!
Through continued fundraising efforts and support from the community, the Master Gardeners anticipate developing the entire .85 acre area.
Read our brochure.
Property where the garden is located is provided through a partnership of the WSU Master Gardener Program of Chelan & Douglas Counties and the WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center. The Master Gardener Foundation of Chelan County, a non-profit organization, provides financial support for the project.
Events in the CEG
- Third Saturdays at the Garden. Take free tours and short tutorials designed to help educate and motivate you to get outside and into the garden. Our Diagnosis Clinic will be here too. And our Master Gardener Foundation will offer gardening-related items for sale.
- May 21, 2022, 10 am – noon. Two topics: Container Gardening for Flowers and Vegetables; Irrigation Made Easy- learn how to select, adjust and maintain four common types of irrigation sprinklers.
- June 18, 2022, 10 am – noon. Family Fun – The Buzz About Pollinators – Kids will enjoy learning about bees and other pollinators at six activity stations in the garden.
- July 16, 2022, 10 am – noon. topics: Veggies to Plant Now for Fall & Winter Harvest, and get answers to, “What’s Eating My Plant?” Read the handouts.
- August 20, 2022, 10 am – noon. Annual Tomato Tasting Gala – Which tomatoes do you want to plant next year? Taste tomatoes raised in our area to help you decide! And vote for your favorite heirloom, slicer, cherry and paste tomato.
- September 17 – 10 am – noon. Three topics: Garden Clean-Up to Avoid Weed and Insect Problems; Composting; Overwintering Cannas and Geraniums.
Support the Community Education Garden
Support this worthwhile endeavor to teach sustainable gardening one yard at a time.
Learn more about how to donate to the
Master Gardener Foundation of Chelan County