Posts tagged Azalea
Nature versus Nurture in the Japanese Garden: A Gardener's Perspective

Visitors to the garden often comment on the splendor and beauty of nature and the care and attention that is obviously lavished on the garden. What they are observing and being moved by is the careful, intentional integration of nature and nurture.

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Japanese Gardens: a Four Season Celebration of Fleeting Beauty

An appreciation for passing beauty is essential to fully experiencing the wonders of a Japanese garden in all four seasons.

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Rhododendron ‘Quakeress': A Striking Bi-Colored Beauty

Rhododendron ‘Quakeress’  is one of the lovely bi-colored Azaleas in Seattle’s Japanese Garden. Its flowers consist of two contrasting colors (pink and white) with striking -- and varied -- patterning.

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