The Flavel House Museum and Carriage House are significant architectural and historical treasures for not only Clatsop County but the entire Pacific Northwest. The grounds, originally landscaped in 1886 by Louis Schultz, are updated and maintained by volunteer community members and Master Gardeners under the Clatsop County Historical Society umbrella.
The goal of the program is to educate both community members and Master Gardeners in the continuing care of heritage trees, ornament shrubs, bulbs, herbs, and herbaceous perennials within OSU Extension Service guidelines. There is a 1926 Koi Pond for gardeners interested in water plants and fish. The Flavel House Garden Society team offers pubic classes, one-on-one gardening education, and a CCMGA trainee mentoring program.
Our gardening season hours are on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 - 3:00 in spring and fall. We meet from 10:00 - noon during the warmer summer season. Contact Pamela Holen, Program Coordinator, for more information and/or check out our Facebook page at Flavel House Garden Society for weekly updates.