Long recognized as one of Seattle's horticultural treasures, the Seattle University campus showcases work by some of the city's greats. Among them: garden genius Fujitaro Kubota, renowned for his fusion of Japanese traditions and Northwest styles; acclaimed sculptor George Tsutakawa; and current celebrity gardener, Ciscoe Morris. The campus has a new ethnobotanical garden that honors Upper Skagit elder Vi Hilbert, known for her work preserving Lushootseed language and culture. Meet renowned local horticulturalist, Kathy Mendelson, for a stroll through this idyllic landscape at the main campus entrance, corner of 12th Avenue and East Marion Street.
Added by Upcoming Robot on April 21, 2008