Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden
Botanical garden in Federal Way, Washington
The Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden, located between Seattle and Tacoma, is a 22-acre woodland garden featuring the largest collection of Rhododendron species in the world. With a Victorian stumpery, the Rutherford conservatory, a pond garden, extensive fern collection, rock garden, and a blue poppy meadow, visitors will experience a diverse collection of plants in a Pacific Northwest forest setting. The garden is also home to beautiful companion plants, including the famous Himalayan Blue Poppies, Camellias, Magnolias, Japanese maples, and many rare plants. The RSBG is dedicated to the conservation, research, acquisition, evaluation, cultivation, public display, and distribution of Rhododendron species.