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Seattle Parks and Recreation's special gardens are some of Seattle's most beautiful and inspiring places. They offer respite from the city's noise, quiet places to sit and reflect, and a riot of color and fragrance in the spring.

The gardens display a diverse and unique collections of plants, landscape features, and culture heritages. They reflect the human effort to create a harmonious blend of nature and art.

In addition to beauty and comfort, these gardens also provide education and conservation opportunities. They are the sparkling jewels within the Seattle Parks system.

Updated May 7, 2015

Volunteer Park Conservatory
Tending to the Special Gardens is only a fraction of the work that Seattle Parks & Recreation's professional horticulturists perform each day.
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The Department of Neighborhoods' P-Patch Program provides community garden space for residents of 44 Seattle neighborhoods.
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