Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens opened in 1964. There are Japanese maple walks, forest gardens, rock gardens and perennial gardens.
To visit Puget Sound, you must visit this public garden. The entrance is sandwiched between the pillars created by the famous artist Little & Lewis, which leads directly to the perennial border of the master gardener and the conifer garden. Trails of local plants, fountains, sculptures and rock gardens enrich the experience. Most of the routes are flat and easy to navigate. The main pass is made according to the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In April 1963, the space was approved as a botanical garden and trees and bushes suitable for the Pacific Northwest were planted. In 1980, it was decided to expand the original plan to include perennials and other herbs.
The Japanese grove is one of the highlights of this garden, not to be missed in the fall. Conifer lovers flock to the evergreen botanical garden collection from afar, and the local master gardener has a 200-foot perennial perennial border. Most plants and trees have marks.
The latest completed is Rain Garden, which shows how to use sewage water and how to reduce the runoff of harmful substances to local rivers, streams and oceans.
A large-scale fundraising campaign was launched in March 2013, raising USD 250,000 to complete the last empty space at the southern end of the garden.
Calendar of events: https://www.evergreenarboretum.com/classes