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The gardener has pursued a vigorous plan for natives, salvaging many of the former owner’s plants in the new design, which called for removing lawn and creating habitat.
A house of contemporary lines, with a composition of hardy Northwest natives, creates a bold balance of form and color in this garden.
Enter where you see the warm clay-tiled roof above rugosa and red abutilon, to a surprise of house-tall palms at home against villa-style stucco. An alert stone rabbit is your first sign of the gardener's passion.
Once upon a time, this garden was an orchard of apples, pears and plums, and this garden still honors its beginnings.
These gardeners have made a great marriage of a plush garden and petite space.
This Sound-side garden presents layers of mature trees and shrubs that unfold before you; it’s a space that is contemplative from many angles.
These gardeners never pass up a find, starting with a curb-full of great little conifers.
This surprising, tucked-away garden welcomes you to the entire neighborhood. Your first hit is color — hot, cool and vibrant.
As you enter, this garden opens onto a living room of foliage: hydrangeas, grasses and yellow azaleas draw you in.
Garden locations are not revealed prior to the event.
Your Ticketbook will include the driving map to all of the Gardens which will be open on the day of the tour.
All tour participants are required to show their Ticketbook at each garden entrance.
Children 12 and under are free.
No pets (other than service animals) are allowed in the gardens.
2014 Ticket OutletsTicket books will be on sale at the end of May 2014:
Admiral Metropolitan Market
2320 42nd Ave SW
West Seattle; 206/937-0551
9701 15th Ave NW
Village Green Perennial Nursery
10223 26th Ave SW
West Seattle; 206/767-7735
Wells Medina Nursery
8300 NE 24th
West Seattle Nursery
5275 California Ave SW
West Seattle; 206/935-9276