This weekend, I visited Bellevue Botanical Garden. Currently, the beautiful park is growing with spring blossoms, and I saw some magnificent and elegant flowers. The garden at East of Downtown welcomes you with tree-lined paths and a graceful waterfall. I poured my hand into the waterfall, and the water was extremely cold.
The stunning garden has different sections of rock, native, water, and perennial gardens. Each section shows the heterogeneity of herbs, flowers, and plants found in the Pacific Northwest. You can also scan QR codes at several points to have more details about the particular foliage. Following, I entered the Yao Garden and sat on the Japanese lantern. It feels so good sitting and watching the beautiful scenery and greenery.
The versatile park is worth visiting. I know I will be back soon to have some quality times. Try visiting this garden with your family, friends, and loved ones.
Things to remember before you visit the park.
1 - Free entry and parking.
2 - No pets allowed.
3 - Be on pathways, and do not overstep the plant beds.
4 - Visit The Copper Kettle Coffee Bar for drinks and snacks.
5 - Pay attention to your children.
6 - Skates, bicycles, and scooters are restricted.
7 - Wear masks at the entry and in overcrowded areas.