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  2. Bellevue Botanical Garden | Puget Sound Gardens

    Bellevue Botanical Garden. 12001 Main St. Bellevue, WA 98005. Visit their website: The mixed border at BBG is the biggest and best garden of its kind in Washington, and maybe the country. Wander winding paths to discover gorgeous combinations of rare and unusual trees, shrubs, bulbs and perennials.

  3. Bellevue Botanical Garden | Bellevue, WA

    The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an urban refuge, encompassing 53 acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, natural wetlands, and wildlife. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest. As you explore the Garden, you’ll discover what makes our region unique, ideas for working with the landscape to create your own beautiful garden, and ways to be ...

  4. BELLEVUE BOTANICAL GARDEN - 1491 Photos & 295 Reviews - Yelp

    Tiffany Y. Elite 2023. 50. 825. 1139. 2/28/2023. 1 photo. Bellevue Botanical Gardens is such a well-maintained garden with so much to see. They have great paths and trails, beautiful exhibits, and the amazing bridge!

  5. Take a pretty stroll through the many plant offerings at the ...

    The Bellevue Botanical Garden offers 53 acres of gently sloped wooded trails, bird-watching, a cool suspension bridge and world-class gardens. Perfect for a fall walk — rain or shine.

  6. Bellevue Botanical Garden: Come for the bridge (and stay for ...

    The Bellevue Botanical Garden park is divided into specialty gardens — native, perennial, rock and water gardens — each exhibiting the diversity of plants and flowers that grow in the Pacific Northwest. We take a turn to the left and walk up a ramp into a lush forested grove, heading into the Native Discovery Garden.

  7. Bellevue Botanical Park and Wilburton Hill Park - AllTrails

    Bellevue Botanical Park and Wilburton Hill Park. Easy • 4.5 (859) Wilburton Hill Park. Photos (1,295) Directions. Print/PDF map. Length 1.9 miElevation gain 150 ftRoute type Loop. Enjoy this 1.9-mile loop trail near Bellevue, Washington. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 42 min to complete.

  8. Wilburton Hill Park | City of Bellevue

    The Bellevue Botanical Garden page. Rentals. Wilburton Hill Park features a large picnic area and ballfields, ideal for company picnics and large gatherings. For field scheduling or picnic reservations, visit the park rental webpage for more information. Directions. From I-405, take the NE 8th Street exit going east. Turn right onto 124th ...

  9. Pacific Horticulture | Making an Urban Meadow

    Bellevue Botanical Garden, founded in 1992, is a crown jewel of the City of Bellevue’s Parks system. Located one mile from downtown Bellevue, Washington, the 53-acre garden includes 40 acres of preserved native forest. The remaining 13 acres contain distinct gardens tied together with a cohesive design and goal.

  10. Bellevue Botanical Garden

    To begin a search of the Bellevue Botanical Garden’s. collection of plants or other garden features, click on one of the two options below.

  11. We are dedicated to growing, hybridizing, exhibiting, and conducting research on dahlias in the Northwest region of the United States. Puget Sound Dahlia Association maintains two display gardens in regional parks: The Bellevue Botanical Garden display bed is planted each May and is generally in full bloom from late July through October 15.