We made our first trip to a wonderful Pullman spot today: Living in the Garden. It is a nursery, garden center, gift shop, art space… just all-around cool place.
The plants and baskets are amazingly beautiful. Truly inspiring (even for a person like me who doesn’t have a garden!)
The gift shop/art space was full of lovely and unique items.
I am glad we made it today, because their season ends on June 27! They only stay open for a few months a year (March through June). There are a number of special events, such as live music, still yet to come this year, though.
As far as kid-friendliness, it is not a place for running around, as you can imagine. However, I think it would be a magical place for a slightly older kid to come and choose plants for the garden. (Note the bathrooms are limited to a port-o-potty.) We made it through our visit without any mishaps, though it took some close monitoring!
Living in the Garden is another of those great places in this area that you can just feel are labors of love- the kind of business you daydream about owning. Get there soon!
To get there:
Living in the Garden is 2 miles north of Pullman off of Highway 27. Look for the Reid Road sign and the blue truck with the Living in the Garden sign.
You cannot see Living in the Garden itself from the road, but you see this road: