Washington Park Arboretum

This 230-acre arboretum covers much of Seattle’s Washington Park. The site is managed by the University of Washington Botanic Gardens and contains several themed gardens. The Arboretum’s biggest attraction is undoubtedly the spring blooms of the Azalea Way. The Pacific Connections Garden showcases a fantastic collection of Pacific plants native to Australia, China, Chile, and New Zealand. The garden is organized into geographical areas, including a 2.5 acre stretch of New Zealand forest. Other popular gardens include the Japanese Garden and the Rhododendron Glen.

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