(Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

(Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim Botanical Garden boasts hundreds of irises

SEQUIM — Hundreds of irises will be blooming over the next few weeks in the Sequim Botanical Garden at Carrie Blake Park.

Peonies will come into bloom after that, followed by lavender and dahlias, volunteers said.

Visitors are reminded the garden is not for cutting.

City of Sequim officials said social-distancing practices must occur when encountering others, and face masks or coverings must be used in any situation when social distancing is not possible.

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