Garden walk at Lake Wilderness Arboretum

Join Garden Manager Susan Goodell on Feb. 16 as she leads visitors on a walk through the garden beds

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Join Garden Manager Susan Goodell on Feb. 16 as she leads visitors on a walk through the garden beds contained in Lake Wilderness Arboretum’s Legacy Garden area.

Find out how this garden, containing everything from small perennials to large trees, evolved from dozens of plants donated by two well-known

Puget Sound gardeners:

Meet at the Wilderness Room at Lake Wilderness Lodge, 22500 SE 248 th St, Maple Valley, 98038 at 12:20pm to begin our 45-minute walking tour of the gardens starting at 12:30.

This free EXPLORE program is sponsored by Lake Wilderness Arboretum Foundation.

For information on this and other arboretum events, please go to the Arboretum’s website, www.LakeWildernessArboretum.org or call 253.293.5103.

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