• Welcome to Japanese Gardening Forums 日本の園芸フォーラム. Please login or sign up.
October 27, 2020, 07:06:45 am


JGO has published A Japanese Garden Handbook - an encyclopedic overview of Japanese gardens.  Volume one is available free here:     http://www.japanesegardening.org/handbook

4-27&28-18 Bloedel Reserve tree walks

Started by tdg, April 10, 2018, 04:25:06 pm

Previous topic - Next topic

Linked Events


Bloedel's Tree Walks in collaboration with "Celebrate Trees! Earth Month Bainbridge Island"

The goal of Celebrate Trees! Earth Month Bainbridge Island is to raise awareness and encourage involvement for Arbor Day and Earth Day; and to inspire all to protect our trees, our environment, and our planet. Bloedel Reserve is a proud participant and supporter of this great community-led campaign. Check out more information at www.sustaiablebainbridge.org

Experience the beauty and wonder of Bloedel's many trees on this brand new walk! Led by Ken Little, Bloedel's own Arborist, as well as Tom Strid, a long-time Bloedel Guide and Volunteer, you will enjoy identifying many of Bloedel's wonderful trees like our Giant Sequoias, Western Red Cedars, many incredible Cypresses, Spruces, and Pines in our Japanese Garden and more! Ask questions, expand your horticulture knowledge and revel in the wonder of Bloedel's trees.

The walk will last approximately two to two and a half hours and take place rain or shine.

WHEN: Tree Walk - Friday, April 27th at 10:30am;
Tree Walk for Families - Saturday, April 28th at 1pm.
WHERE: Bloedel Grounds - Meet at the Gatehouse
COST: $8 Members, $25 Non-Members
4/28 walk only: $2 children aged 6 - 13, FREE for children 5 and under
TICKETS: Available through our website:

SMF spam blocked by CleanTalk