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Volunteer Park Conservatory

Category: Camps + Parks + Gardens

1400 E. Galer St, Seattle, WA 98101

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Volunteer Park Conservatory - Reviews from across the web

Seattle Parks & Recreation: Volunteer Park Conservatory
A collection of tropical ferns and other exotics are featured here. On entering, observe the Cycas revoluta (Sago Palm) belonging to a family of plants which is among the oldest known to man. Tropical and subtropical flowering plants, including Brugmansias, Begonias, Aroids, and Hibiscus are part of...

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Between 1887 and 1904 the park was improved with paths, lawns, beds of flowers, settees and tables for picnickers, and children뭩 swings, together with native growth, the only greenhouse in the system, and the high pressure reservoir. 1904-1909 the Olmsted Brothers prepared formal plans - gardens sy...

Friends of the Conservatory - Volunteer Park
Between the months of January and March of 2008 the Galer Street entrance to Volunteer Park will be closed for maintenance. Please use the Main entrance to the park located on East Prospec...

Volunteer Park Conservatory - Seattle, WA, 98112 - Citysearch
Plant lovers and people who just want to get warm in the winter will enjoy a walk through this conservatory in Volunteer Park. The turn-of-the-century structure is divided into five greenhouses all stocked with exotic, and sometimes fantastical, plants such as the bizarre Dutchman's Pipe, the unusua...

Volunteer Park Conservatory - Capitol Hill - Seattle, WA 98112
Unless you really like plants, you probably won't be compelled to go out of your way to visit the Conservatory. However, if you either like plants or, like me, were taking a walk through Volunteer Park and wanted a change of environment then this is a great distraction. There are several large g...

ALEX GARCIA IN SEATTLE: Volunteer Park Conservatory Annual Spring Plant Sale is May 12
The sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Conservatory, and proceeds support educational programming and the acquisition of new plants. The Friends was established in 1980 to advocate for the Volunteer Park Conservatory and its collections and to encourage public...

Volunteer Park Conservatory After Hours: 1 night only!
After going to Wikipedia and typing in Bohemian Grove and then going to several Yahoo and Google sites to learn more about Bohemian Grove I became interested in how I can join the local Capitol Hill Lodge of this esteemed order. If I wish to attend the frivolities at the main compound this July in S...

Now-Now-Now: Volunteer Park Conservatory: heavenly escape
in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood is an effective treament for the chilly, wet, gray January blahs. Although compact, each room is packed with interesting plants. There's tropicals of course, plus a cacti garden, floral assortment, a themed room (azaleas right now), and others. I was very excit...

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