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Ohme Gardens Opens

Visitors find flourishing alpine meadows, shimmering pools and shady evergreen pathways where the hot, relentless summer sun once allowed only sage and scrub desert growth.

Ohme Gardens Opens



Ohme Gardens

In 1929 Herman Ohme purchased 40 acres of land for an orchard. Included was a craggy, dry, desolate, rock-strewn bluff with a breathtaking view of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains and the shimmering Columbia River valley. Today visitors find flourishing alpine meadows, shimmering pools and shady evergreen pathways where the hot, relentless summer sun once allowed only sage and scrub desert growth. 

Ohme Gardens, Wenatchee Valley's premier attraction, is now over 80 years old.  The Gardens are now a world-renowned showpiece not only for garden enthusiasts but for anyone to marvel at what hard work, determination and ingenuity can create. 
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