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Garden Conservancy Northwest 2017 Passport

Soos Creek Botanical Garden in Auburn   Garden lovers will appreciate this passport to 24 public gardens in the Northwest (15 in the Puget Sound region). Each garden offers a benefit such as a discount on admissions, a gift shop or nursery purchase, or a special program. The passport provides contact information (including website) and a map ID. The passport […]

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2017 Events ~ Mark Your Calendar!

5th Annual Peony and Bamboo Festival – April 22 & 23, 10 am to 4 pm World Tai Chi and Qigong Day – April 29, 10 am  to 11:30 am 5th Annual Kite Festival – June 24, 2 pm to 6 pm Other events and cultural/educational programs will be added to the calendar as the year progresses. […]

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Mei Hua Blooming in Welcome Garden

Flowering plum – Mei Hua 梅花 – is symbol of nobility and one of the “three friends of winter” along with pine and bamboo. It also is a messenger of spring on its way and the promise of warmer weather and more blossoms to come. We are all looking forward to that after our long, cold and […]

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5th Annual Peony and Bamboo Festival Alert !

New Dates: April 22 – 23 (more info below) The cold, rainy weather this winter (carrying over into spring) is delaying peony blooming because the plants need temperatures in the sixties to stimulate buds to open into big blossoms. For this reason the festival committee is rescheduling all the core activities for the weekend of […]

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A Magic Carpet of Snow

Maybe Dragon Seeker wishes he could fly off to a warmer climate, but we cheer for gentle snowstorms that transform the garden into a winter wonderland. Dewey Webster, docent program coordinator, headed to the Garden on February 6 to photograph the first significant snow in three years. He reports that neighborhood families were in the […]

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Great Blue Heron Checks Out the Garden

Great blue herons occasionally visit the Garden, primarily to cast an eye on the goldfish, the mission of this one in late afternoon on January 7. This brief video link shows him stalking up to the pond. Alas for the heron, no meal there as the fish were in hiding on this cold day. Garden […]

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Shopping at Amazon? Give to the Garden Through AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Seattle Chinese Garden through your Amazon purchases, at no cost to you. The AS Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases. You can use your existing Amazon account. On your first visit to AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), select the Seattle Chinese […]