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  2. Join educators Kate Sorensen and Linda Mank at the Bellevue Botanical Garden for a workshop designed to help K-5 formal and non-formal educators increase their knowledge, skills and tools to create impactful science learning opportunities for students in their schoolyard or at home by utilizing the activities in the Project Learning Tree: PK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide.

  3. Bellevue Botanical Garden | City of Bellevue

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    The Bellevue Botanical Garden features cultivated display gardens, natural wetlands and a woodland trail, displaying the best plants and gardening practices for healthy, beautiful Northwest gardens. Visitors are welcome any day, from dawn to dusk.

  4. Plan your visit - Bellevue Botanical Garden

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    The Bellevue Botanical Garden is a successful partnership between City of Bellevue Parks and Community Services and the Bellevue Botanical Garden Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Thanks to our sponsors:

  5. The Gardens - Bellevue Botanical Garden

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    Revel in thousands of perennials, shrubs, bulbs, evergreens and trees that provide color and beauty year-round. This is the largest public perennial garden in the country maintained entirely by volunteers. The Northwest Perennial Alliance created and maintains this award-winning garden.

  6. Bellevue Botanical Garden - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

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    The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an urban refuge, encompassing 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest. Our demonstration of good garden design and horticulture techniques inspire visitors to create their own beautiful, healthy gardens.

  7. GARDEN d’LIGHTS - Bellevue Botanical Garden

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    Bellevue Botanical Garden Society produces Garden d’Lights in partnership with Bellevue Parks and Community Services We acknowledge that the land on which the Bellevue Botanical Garden is located is the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish people, the traditional home of all tribes and bands within the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Indian Tribe.

  8. Admission Hours Directions Parking - Bellevue Botanical Garden

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    The Bellevue Botanical Garden is located at 12001 Main St., Bellevue, WA 98005. There are several ways to get here from I-405, I-90, and SR-520. We recommend consulting a navigation app to find the best route from your starting point. General Directions: From I-405, take exit 13A onto NE 4th St. and head east. Turn right on 120th Avenue.

  9. Find Us - Bellevue Botanical Garden

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    The Bellevue Botanical Garden is a successful partnership between City of Bellevue Parks and Community Services and the Bellevue Botanical Garden Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Thanks to our sponsors:

  10. VOLUNTEER - Bellevue Botanical Garden

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    Join hundreds of volunteers who provide over 20,000 hours each year supporting the Bellevue Botanical Garden and Garden partners. The generous support of Bellevue Botanical Garden volunteers plays a crucial role in the success of the Garden. There are many volunteer opportunities available, from participating in educational programs and helping with special events, to assisting with outreach and providing horticultural assistance—all essential in enriching visitor experience.

  11. Bellevue Botanical Garden - Wikipedia

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    Bellevue Botanical Garden is a botanical garden east of downtown Bellevue, Washington on Main Street. Established in 1992, many different organizations work to maintain the garden to keep it free of charge. What began as a 7-acre gift to the city in the early 1980s has now become a 53-acre public park with multiple gardens.