Seattle, Washington

Witt Winter Garden – Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park Arboretum’s J.A. Witt Winter Garden is a cold-weather treat, featuring winter flowers, eye-catching barks, soft fragrances and hummingbirds. Winter Garden attractions include witch hazels, with delicate white-to-orange flowers, winter-blooming rhododendrons, red-twig dogwoods and black mondo grass. The peak blooming time is late January to mid February.Washington Park Arboretum covers 230 acres, with a collection of over 10,000 plants from temperate climates around the world, including oaks, conifers, camellias, Japanese maples and hollies that are known internationally as our country’s largest. Located on the shores of Lake Washington, just east of downtown Seattle. Photo:JOY SPURR/ARBORETUM FOUNDATION [ info ]