Seattle Dahlia Society
We are a non-profit organization created for Northwest Dahlia enthusiasts. We grow, promote and show Dahlias in the Pacific Northwest.
Members of the Seattle Dahlia Society work hard to grow and raise beautiful blooms. Many of our members are involved in creating new variations of flowers, cultivating and then showing them.
Our club prides itself in its wealth of information and members’ eagerness to share their knowledge of the world of Dahlias.
THE 2020 NATIONAL SHOW IN WENATCHEE HAS BEEN CANCELLED!!!
Our Seattle Dahlia Society Monthly Newsletter is delivered the first week of each month by email.
Monthly Meetings are held at the North City Water District in Shoreline on the SECOND Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm. A Society Business Meeting is followed by a brief Refreshment break, and concluded with a Program, usually concerning an aspect of dahlia horticulture or general gardening.
DIRECTIONS: North City Water District in Shoreline:
From I-5 (coming from the NORTH to Shoreline) take the NE 175th Exit (#176) on the right. At the bottom of the hill (stoplight) turn LEFT (East) onto NE 175th Street and drive up the hill toward 15th Avenue NE.
From I-5 (coming from the SOUTH to Shoreline) take the NE 175th Exit (#176) on the right. At the bottom of the hill (stoplight), turn RIGHT (East) up the hill to 15th Avenue NE.
Then drive about one mile East to 15th Avenue NE (stoplight). Turn LEFT onto 15th Avenue NE, driving north for two blocks to NE 177th (stoplight). Turn RIGHT and drive 1/2 block to the Water District Office on the RIGHT (1519 NE 177th Street).
Park along this driveway across from the entrance. If the tavern and wine bar nearby have taken the spaces, there is additional parking in the rear.