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Strolls Enhance Well-Being in Washington Gardens
You can’t ignore the spellbinding beauty that Japanese gardens bring to Washington state. Merging with natural vegetation gardens like Nishinomiya in Spokane and Highline Garden in SeaTac are hidden gems of flowers, trees, and stone that balance the senses while the sound of soothing water falls calms the mind.
For a truly Renaissance design, Duncan Gardens at Manito Park in Spokane proffers manicured walkways among artfully appointed flower beds. Six colorful gardens showcase brilliant variety including hibiscus, hydrangeas and miniature roses set against sculptures, fountains, and trimmed evergreen hedges.
Closer to the sea-side, Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island is just a short ferry ride from Seattle. This 150-acre pristine reserve began as a project by the timber-industry giant Prentice Boedle when he and wife, Virginia merged native fauna with newly introduced plant species and a variety of water ways. Today the non-profit park is open to the public and includes restorative strolls, name ‘Strolls for Well-Being’, throughout the gardens.
One of the top destinations in Lakewood is the Lakewold Gardens. A 10-acre, non-profit estate found in the Puget Sound region, just along the western shore of Gravelly Lake, the Lakewold Gardens seek to maintain an inspirational experience for locals and visitors.
Enjoy a unique learning and growth experience in a historic estate setting in Lakewood. Designed by Eulalie Wagner, the Lakewold Gardens features a wealth of visually stunning and serene sections. You can explore the Knot Garden, where the herbs are trained to grow in a way where they look like ribbons.
Don't miss the Boxwood Parterres, where the Boxwood plants are shaped into geometric shapes. Many visitors to the Lakewold Gardens particularly enjoy the Rhododendron Collection.
Dating to 1929, the Ohme Gardens in the beautiful Washington Cascades area, is a wonderful evergreen oasis, awaiting your arrival. Enjoy the incredible views of the Columbia River Valley, while walking along the stone pathways through the towering cedar trees and lush foliage.
Wenatchee visitors, bring your camera to capture the beautiful waterfalls and flowering gardens. The picturesque grounds and water features provide a perfect setting for a special event or wedding. Complete your visit by enjoying a snack in the shaded picnic area outside of the gardens.
Covering over 15 acres, Rosedale Gardens is a premier outdoor art gallery, nursery and gardens, near downtown Gig Harbor. Stroll through the nature trails, walking paths and the beautiful bamboo forest during your visit to this oasis near Seattle.
Those in need of landscaping ideas will love walking the grounds to see the water features, rock features, ground cover, garden structures and landscape artistry. Browse the gift shop for a unique gift for your home or garden from the Puget Sound.
Yakima Area Arboretum
Spread across 46 acres of pristine and lush land in the Washington Cascades, the Yakima Area Arboretum is a premier outdoor destination in Yakima. You'll find this exceptional Arboretum and botanical garden southeast of downtown Yakima, nestled between I-82 and Sherman Park.
Explore the Yakima Area Arboretum and discover more than 1,000 exotic and native species of plants and flowers. Enjoy a tour of the Jewett Interpretive Center, where you can see the Heritage Trees display, the Solarium Meeting Room, and the Gardenview Meeting Room.