By An Trieu
January 14, 2022
Spring is coming, and there is no better time to start planning your visit to the Pacific Northwest than NOW! Bring a dress, rent a car, and go on a little road trip.
Mid-March to early April. The QUAD at the University of Washington is the spot!
Tulip festival runs for the entire month of April. Must visits are Roozengaarde and Tulip Town in Skagit Valley in Mt. Vernon, Washington.
Daffodils bloom a few weeks earlier than tulips. Also everywhere in Skagit Valley in Mt. Vernon, Washington.
La Conner Daffodil Festival happens every March in the Skagit Valley, La Conner, Washington
Sequim, Washington, is known as the "Lavender Capital of North America" - B & B Lavender Farm - Graysmarsh Berry Farm
Sequim Lavender Weekend (July 17-19) in Washington McKenzie River Lavender Festival (July 10-12) in Oregon
Portland, Oregon, is known as the ‘City of Roses‘. International Rose Test Garden is a must visit in the summer.
In bloom starting spring to late summer in Mt. Rainier National Park area. Some required a hike.
No hiking required spots I recommend in Mt. Rainier area are: - Reflection Lakes - Naches Loop
Peak early - mid August - Deer Park Sunflower Fields, Spokane, WA - Thomas Farm Sunflower Festival, Snohomish, Snohomish, WA - Sunflower Festival at Maris Farms in Buckley, WA - West Union Gardens, Portland, OR
My favorite fall flowers! - The Volunteer Park Dahlia Garden, Seattle, WA - Swan Island Dahlia Farm, Canby, Oregon