A Gallery of Pictures. 
  Like any well-planned garden, the show is varied and changes weekly from mid- April to October. We hope you make a plan to visit often. 
 
 
   There are 100 yr.-old surviving and thriving lilacs of the Lilac Grove, the mammoth stretch of bridal wreath spirea in bloom, or the large collection of heritage roses throughout the summer. It's always a surprise to discover the scent of iris wafting down toward you in the path. Hydrangeas burst into a riot of bloom in mid-summer at the hilltop pond, lasting into the fall.
     With more than 170 heirloom and native varieties of perennials, annuals, shrubs and trees, the award-winning Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens offer variety and delight to everyone who appreciates plants  and good garden design.
     The features and layout comes from  extensive research and the photos Mrs. George Turner collected and gave to the Washington State University Libraries Department of Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections.