Rhododendrons begin blooming in February and the peak bloom of fragrant
rhododendrons is in early May. Visit during the fall colors of large
Oaks, Maples, Magnolias, Beeches, Plums, Katsuras and many colorful
deciduous shrubs and companion plants.
Stroll along a half mile of sand and gravel pathways through level and
gently sloping terrain (wheelchair accessible). See the trees determined
by the University of Washington Department of Horticulture to be the
oldest living specimens of its species in the state.
Benches and tables provided for picnics.
Admission to garden: $1.00/person, children under 12 free.