Herb Farm & Display Gardens
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Sammamish Valley Herb Farm
We've created a small herb farm and a series of display gardens, alongside the Sammamish River Trail. The display gardens serve to connect community with the rich soil of the Sammamish Valley.
The herb farm was planned as a way to generate additional interest in the display gardens and to generate sales to help fund the display gardens.
We partner other local groups that also work to connect community to local farms and local food. These include Sammamish Valley Alliance, Sammamish Valley Grange #286, and 21 Acres for Sustainable Living.
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With a dream of sharing the story of local farms and local food with our community, we've worked with other partners to create a series of display gardens with herbs and edible flowers alongside the Sammamish River Trail.
The gardens are open seasonally to be enjoyed by visitors that walk the River Trail. Of special interest is the Grange Heritage Garden, a place of reflection and grounding.
The herb farm and display gardens are open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays, from 10 AM until 2 PM, May through October, weather-permitting.
There is no fee to visit.
The garden entrance is on the Sammamish River Trail about 1/4 mile south of Wilmot Park in Woodinville. Or, 3/4 miles north of the ball fields located in the Hollywood District of Woodinville. Come by bike, foot, or scooter — just not by car.
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Questions about the Herb Gardens?
Whether you're a restaurant wanting to place an order or a community member hoping to visit, we'd love to connect with you!