A Stroll Through Highline Botanical Gardens in Seatac, Mid-September

Finally, some beautiful weather here in Seattle. We've had the most spectacular weather for at least the past week. It's been well worth the wait. My husband and I decided to go for a walk at Highline Botanical Gardens, since we've never been there before. We were very pleasantly surprised by the beautiful garden that awaited us. Apparently it's a work in progress, but there are 3 acres of gardens there now, including a rose garden complete with tall Roman-style pillars, a garden that's dedicated to Elda Behm called Paradise Garden, and a Japanese Garden.

Here are some pictures that I took of the garden; they don't quite do it justice. By the way, the garden is right next to the Seatac Community Center on S. 137th St and 24th Ave. S. in Seatac.

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Comment balloon 1 commentLisa Bosques • September 14 2008 07:21PM


Nice job, Lisa!  The gardens are beautiful and they are always changing.  They provide an oasis in the middle of the city life with the dirt, dust and the roar of the airplanes.  I need to get blogging!

Posted by Kerry Lohr, Broker, GRI, ASP, EcoBroker (Prudential Northwest Realty) over 10 years ago

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