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Bainbridge Island, Washington
Arboretum, Botanical Garden
One of the top-ten public gardens in the United States, noted for 150 acres of landscaped gardens & preserved Northwest forest.
Ellensburg, Washington
Federal Way, Washington
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, General, Nature Centers, Park, Science
Tour groups must be scheduled in advance. Visitors can get a quick overview of the garden in an hour, but serious plant and garden enthusiasts will want to spend more time. Please schedule extra time for visitors in your group who may wish to browse through our Gift Shop and Plant Sales Pavilion for unique gifts, books, apparel and plants!
Bothell, Washington
Seattle, Washington
Seattle, Washington
The largest living museum of plants north of San Francisco, the Arboretum contains 4,600 types of trees, shrubs and vines. In a 200 acre tranquil greenspace, collections are selected and arranged to display their beauty and function in urban landscapes.
Yakima, Washington
Located in the shrub steppe habitat of Central Washington, The Yakima Area Arboretum has over 2,000 exotic and native species on forty-six acres. A testing ground for plants adaptable to the climate of south central Washington. Diversity makes each seaso
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