6000 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106, USA
Walked in the summer and that was gone the summer not the walk which lasts forever because I’m a ghost. Now it’s later. Be advised, time isn’t real. More space grows. I counted many beautiful plants and a few ugly ones but ugly is just a genre of beautiful. It’s just a matter of personal preference. I like stumperies, for example, and succulents and carnivore plants. I also like trees and the word pond. The word orchard. Etc. So yeah I haunt, no big whoop.
Now this is a hidden gem! Tons of flowers and plants to explore here and a vast field to romp around in. Good for grandparents and grandkids alike. There’s also a temple-like structure where events take place. Look out for the peony festival!
So peaceful and the views are amazing. Me and my boyfriend liked watching the fish swim around in the ponds. Great place to relax.
Quiet, serene, spacious, had a variety of things. Large space with shade and sun. Bamboo, water, nice view, green grass, fruit trees, and blooms. Good for a walk. It’s larger than you think. We found a nice private path back of the temple and it was great! Nice gem in the middle of town.
Great potential, what has been completed, is beautiful, I believe most of the construction was done with Craftsman from Szechwan province. Too bad that the project seems to be stalled for years. It has so much potential. Do check out the College arboretum which shares the space. It has a very nice conifer collection, ponds, some wonderful plantings and views of downtown. A few awkward student structures and beds, but mostly very nice and worth a visit..