Public Gardens

Bremerton

This garden is located at the West Hills Post Office, 200 South National Avenue, Bremerton WA 98312. Feel free to come by and choice your favorite dahlia and if you would like to grow it write down the name and order it online in the spring. If you would like to be notified of the sale put your name on the email list.

The garden is replanted each year around Mother’s Day and will have blooms from August to the end of October, at which time the tubers are harvested.  The name of each variety is on a stake by that plant; if you have favorites, make a note of them as they will (hopefully) be available at our tuber sale in April.  If you wish to be notified of the sale, please add your name to our email list via the link below.

 

Silverdale

This public garden is located at the Silverdale post office, 10855 Silverdale Way, Silverdale, WA 98383.

The garden is replanted each year around Mother’s Day and will have blooms from August to the end of October, at which time the tubers are harvested.  The name of each variety is on a stake by that plant; if you have favorites, make a note of them as they will (hopefully) be available at our tuber sale in April.  If you wish to be notified of the sale, please add your name to our email list via the link below.

Port Gamble

This public garden is located at the historic Port Gamble post office at 4839 View Dr NE, Port Gamble, WA 98364.    The “tuber garden” at this post office is located BEHIND the post office building and the club also maintains the dahlias in front of the building. 

The garden is replanted each year around Mother’s Day and will have blooms from August to the end of October, at which the tubers are harvested.  The name of each variety is on a stake by that plant; if you have favorites, make a note of them as they will (hopefully) be available at our tuber sale in April.  If you wish to be notified of the sale, please add your name to our email list via below.

F.A.Q.

On Kitsap County Dahlia Society 

It is our way of sharing with the community the beauty of Dahlias, and the joy of growing them.

There many places online you can find them, including at Kitsap County Dahlia Society, we have a fundraiser each year selling the tubes from our public gardens and donation from our members, please check our dahlia sale out.

No! only $10 per year, and we have a lot of fun activities where we learn how to grow, show, dig, divide, and store tubers for the winter.

Yes. On zoom currently, because it is on Zoom we have guests from all over the country, from experts on soil to hybridizers of new dahlias varieties.

98 years it was started back in 1923, we are one of the most successful Dahlia societies in the state of Washington, come check us out.