Self-guided tours; April Tulip Tour docents on weekends; garden docents on request by groups; mid-summer Ask A Master Gardener Day event with workshops and demonstrations; free public lectures – Know & Grow Workshops.
Welcoming all bakers, no matter your skill level. Classes range from introductory demonstrations for beginners to intensive week-long professional courses, with a wide variety of hands-on classes for adults and children. Our expert instructors will teach you to master any baking technique with ease.
The NW Fruit six-acre garden tour has 40 points of interest, each having a sign with a QR code linking to further information. The NW Fruit garden contains a large collection of fruiting plants, including 17 variations of Gravenstein apples, antique apples from around the world, and unusual fruits such as medlar and blue honeyberry.
A charming display garden featuring plants native to northwestern Washington, many from seed and cuttings taken within Skagit County. Quite a few of the plants produce edible fruit or can be harvested for the edible roots.
Tea and Tour combines the aura of English Tea with charming bicycle tours showcasing the farmland and historic towns surrounding Willowbrook Manor English Tea House and Chamomile Farm. Guests will begin their country experience with Tea & Scones, followed by a bicycle tour of their selection. Comfortable e-bikes make the ride easy. They also have groovy beach cruiser bikes. Tours range from 8 to 12 miles on comfortable bikes and flat terrain.