Welcome to Cascadia Iris Gardens!
All Iris Sales Closed for 2017
Thank You for a Great Year!
Look for Website Updates and
Next Year's Selections in Early 2018
For those of you who are new to the site, we are a specialty nursery featuring the diverse genus of plants known as Iris. We are pleased to offer a variety of irises suitable for most any environment you want to garden in. From short to tall, wet to dry or sun to shade, we have 300+ varieties for sale this year. We are also pleased to offer irises that will bloom throughout the year, given the optimal conditions and weather. Simply speaking, whatever your gardening challenges, we are happy to help find some irises to fill your desires.
For those of you who are returning, we certainly appreciate your support. You’ll find a few changes on the website, including more extensive culture information and an expanded selection of iris for sale. Visit during one of our open garden days or attend this year’s Society for Japanese Iris Convention to see all the changes in our garden.
This year we are pleased to offer an e-commerce option for your convenience. We hope this will streamline the ordering process and better allow us to keep you up to date on your order status. See our Ordering page for more information.
In addition to irises, we are offering a small but excellent collection of Daylilies (Hemerocallis) for sale this year. Though our listing is small this year, we have 150+ more varieties in propagation. As these other varieties increase in the next few years, we’ll keep adding more of them to our sales listing.
We have updated iris information throughout the website. Feel free to poke around and see what is new. We think it is all useful information that will help your new irises really thrive. If you’re not able to find the information you’re looking for, please contact us.
In a shameless, self-indulgent attempt to increase variety in our garden, we added a collection of more than 50 peonies last year. These came from good friends in Michigan, so the divisions were very large and healthy. We should have good bloom on first-year plants in May.
Thank you to all who have commented on our continuing wildlife stories. Please go to our Birds & Bees page for the 2016 updates. Margaret enjoys taking pictures of our local fauna. We hope you enjoy viewing them!
See you in the garden!
Patrick & Margaret
We are located in Lake Stevens, Washington, and except for our public Open Garden Days, we are open by appointment only. So, if you are local to western WA and would like to schedule a visit, please contact us.