NOTICE: Construction will be going on in the Shorts Ground Cover Garden and the Yao Garden throughout the month of May 2021. We apologize for the disruption.

Get to Know the Bellevue Botanical Garden

Alison Johnson will introduce you to the Garden through its history, the variety of gardens that are part of the larger Garden, how it changes through the seasons, and the opportunities for visitors and volunteers. Alison is a long-time member of the Bellevue Botanical Garden Society where she serves on the education committee, the current co-president of the Northwest Perennial Alliance which maintains the border at the garden, and a Master Gardener. $5 member/$15 non-member

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$5 – $15

Let’s Paint Hydrangeas! Acrylic Painting Class

Taught by Terry MacDonald.  Fresh and painterly…..or soft and transparent.  Acrylics are the most versatile of mediums!  We will paint two versions of hydrangeas on two different surfaces - watercolor paper and canvas. The techniques to be explored include thin washes, building up layers with palette knives, stippling, spattering, dry brushing and more.  There will also be a  focus on light sources, values, color harmonies, and using a loose, fresh approach to painting for an impressionistic effect. You will receive...

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$25 – $35

2021 Lecture Series: Ferns: A Bellevue Botanical Garden Legacy

Purchase The Plant Lover's Guide to Ferns in our Trillium Store. Click the image to be taken to this item in our online store. Join Richie Steffen, Executive Director of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden , president of the Hardy Fern Foundation, and co-author of The Plant Lovers Guide to Ferns, for an informative and fun lecture on the ferns of the BBG. Ferns have had an important place in the Garden since the Shorts family developed the land...

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$5 – $15

Connecting Youth with Nature: Wellness and Health Benefits

Want to help youth reduce stress, feel happier, or perform better in school? Gardening or walking in the forest have positive impacts on young people’s health, including physical, mental, emotional, and social dimensions. This webinar will explore evidence-based approaches to using time in nature with youth to improve their total wellness. Expect a presentation of current research, followed by practical ways to use facts to intentionally engage youth in nature. Presented by Marcy Reynolds, MSW, Child Mental Health Specialist, and...

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$5 – $15
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