Hannah Armstrong

Hannah Armstrong

Gardener

Hannah started at the Wildflower Center in 2020. You can find her gardening in the Theme Gardens and Habitat Pollinator Garden.

With a background in organic agriculture and permaculture, Hannah graduated from The Evergreen State College with a degree in ethnobotany. She’s worked in plant restoration as a seed production technician for the Center for Natural Lands Management in Olympia, Washington, and has experience doing prescribed burns, wild seed collection, invasive species removal, and growing native plants.

In her spare time, Hannah makes candles and other plant-based products. She enjoys baking and wild fermentations.

OTHER INTERESTS

Hiking, playing with her dog, fermenting

FAVORITE PLANTS

Datura wrightii, Salvia coccinea, Ipomopsis rubra

CONTACT HANNAH

[email protected]

FIND A PLANT

Discover the Native Plants of North America