Spring Blossoms in Sequim
As Real Estate Agents, we’re so often asked what it is that makes Sequim such a special place to live. The answers are varied and complex, just like the wonderful people that call this sunny little piece of the Olympic Peninsula home. However, a simple glance around the greater Sequim-Dungeness Valley in Sequim during the beautiful months of spring will probably give you a glimpse into the special personality that is Sequim. This charming, quiet valley is undeniably beautiful as the sun comes up over the rugged peaks of the Olympic Mountains, sparkling along the rippling shores of the Straits of Juan de Fuca. Everywhere you look, Sequim is in blossom. From the early buds on Sequim’s Lavender farms to the wildflowers painting the hills of the Olympics, Sequim is a vibrant, colorful valley of spring time joy. Come see what life in Sequim is like for yourself, and you’ll soon understand the pull it has. Contact our Sequim Real Estate Agents when you’re ready to move.
Sequim’s Spring Blossoms
Though spring is only just beginning, it’s hard to contain our excitement for what is in store over the next few months in Sequim. Whether it’s watching life begin anew at Sequim’s local farms or hiking through fields of wildflowers, there is no place better to be this spring than in Sequim. Spring blossoms are soon going to be everywhere, the songbirds will be singing high atop the trees, and the promise of another great year will be upon us.
Spring at Sequim Farms
Sequim is widely known as the Lavender capital of the U.S., thanks to its mild climate that resembles the weather is southern France. It’s not yet time to visit the Lavender Farms of Sequim, but there are many storefronts in downtown Sequim where you can fill your world with Lavender goods while we wait for those gorgeous purple blooms later this spring and summer. It will also soon be time to enjoy the bounty at the always popular Sequim Farmers Market, which opens in May. In the meantime, seasonal farm-fresh produce is always available at Nash’s Farm Store. This charming staple of the Sequim Community features a large selection of fresh organic fruits and vegetables, local meats, dairy, bulk items, beer & wine, and more.
Hiking Through Wildflowers
Hiking in the Olympic Mountains during the later spring months tends to be an incredibly rewarding experience. There is nothing quite like stumbling out of the woods into an expansive meadow brightly colored with wildflowers. Throughout the many trails high up in the peaks of the Olympic National Park, you’ll find meadows of stunning wildflowers in late may, June, and July. Wonderful places to view these endless expanses of wildflowers are the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, the Hurricane Hill trail at Hurricane Ridge, Mount Townsend, and the ever-popular and beautiful Marmot Pass.
Whatever it is that brings you here, there’s no doubt you’ll stay for a lifetime. When you’re ready to find your dream home, contact one of our Sequim Real Estate agents, and we’ll be happy to help!