Garden Club members plant 750 more Daffodil bulbs at Washougal Waterfront Park!
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Garden Club members plant 750 more Daffodil bulbs at Washougal Waterfront Park!

The hardy members of the Community Garden Club of Camas/Washougal completed planting 750 more daffodil bulbs at the Washougal Waterfront Park and trailhead at 56 S. 1st, Washougal, Washington last weekend. Nearly 6000 bulbs are now waiting for spring! This lovely public park is on the north side of the Columbia River and on a … Continue reading

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5000+ Daffodils are UP!   (at the Washougal Waterfront Park)
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5000+ Daffodils are UP! (at the Washougal Waterfront Park)

For the last few years, the Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal has been planting daffodils at the Washougal Waterfront Park and trail along the north side of the Columbia River. There are now over 5000 daffodils UP! Location:   Washougal Waterfront Park, 56 S 1st St., Washougal, WA 98671, USA.  North side of Columbia River.  … Continue reading

Roses & Flowers at Camas/Washougal Municipal Court
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Roses & Flowers at Camas/Washougal Municipal Court

Did you know that members of the “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” help tend the many flowers and plants at the Camas/Washougal Municipal Court house grounds? The flowers have been “put to bed” for the winter now, but, come spring, they’ll burst into color again! The Court building can be found just next door … Continue reading

3500+ Daffodils popping up at Washougal Waterfront Park!
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3500+ Daffodils popping up at Washougal Waterfront Park!

The 3500+ DAFFODIL bulbs planted by the “Community Garden Club Camas Washougal” the last two years are coming up in the Washougal Waterfront Park! The trail and park are lovely to visit ANY time of year with stupendous views of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River with broad flat paved trails for walking or rolling … Continue reading