Kruckeberg Garden and Nursery is open Friday through Sunday. This four-acre public garden contains a unique blend of Pacific Northwest native plants and unusual exotics set in a naturalistic wooded setting. It may take multiple visits to see the more than 2,000 species, which include native and exotic conifers, hardwoods, rhododendrons, magnolias, ferns and groundcovers. Several trees are the largest or most rare in the state. Birdwatchers have identified more than 40 bird species while visiting the Garden. Enhance your visit with a docent-led tour, available many Saturdays from May-October. Two hour tours include history of the Garden, the Kruckeberg legacy, and the plant collection, featuring what is in bloom and of interest. Advance registration is requested. Docent-led tours are $10 per person. Download guides on their website for free self-guided walking tours.