Tree peonies imported from Luoyang, China are available for purchase. Although the Seattle Chinese Garden is closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, you may order tree peonies for delivery or reserve them for pickup when the garden reopens.
Please select your peonies from the images below.
The tree peonies for sale were received and placed into pots in the fall of 2018 and have increased greatly in size. The price per plant is $99. Delivery is $45, for any number of plants.
To place an order, email Phil Wood, Seattle Chinese Garden chair of the horticulture committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name and quantity of the peonies you want to purchase. Payment may be made online on our website by clicking on the donation button, or call Phil Wood.at 206 841-1591 with credit card information. Please call Phil with questions.
Consider purchasing a tree peony as a donation to be planted in the garden. Purchase online or send a check to Seattle Chinese Garden, 6000 16th Avenue SW, Seattle WA 98106
Thank you for your support!
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Important notice: The Seattle Chinese Garden is closed until further notice due to the effect of COVID-19 & closure of the South Seattle College campus & arboretum.
Peony viewing is now cancelled due to the closure.
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A note about our upcoming peony viewing: unfortunately there will not be performances or food vendors, but we do encourage folks to visit the garden to see the spectacular peony bloom, while adhering to CDC-recommended guidelines on hygiene and hand sanitation. There will be hand sanitation facilities will also be available on-site, as well as hand washing facilities in the restrooms.There will be peonies available to purchase during the viewing times.
The date(s) of the festival will be announced closer to the event, as we are not yet sure when peak bloom will occur. Please keep checking our Facebook page and the website for updates.
South Seattle College has received confirmation of a positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) case. The West Seattle campus will be closed during this time. For more information, please visit https://southseattle.edu/coronavirus.
Thirty-five years of friendship with Chongqing covers a good stretch of history and many exchange programs and delegations to and from our cities. The Seattle Chinese Garden is the most visible flowering of this friendship, and fittingly the site for celebrating the anniversary in late August with a 22-member Chongqing delegation led Deputy Mayor Zhang Ming. Also fitting was the welcome to Seattle by former mayor Charles Royer, who signed the original sister city affiliation agreement in 1983 — top row center in photo. Deputy Mayor Zhang is to his left. A fuller description of the visit and related events will be coming soon. Also, when you visit the Garden again, read the the plaque on the west wall of the courtyard, which honors the establishment of sister city ties and our enduring friendship.
Late afternoon is a special time for appreciating the Garden’s architectural details and the interplay of light and shadow. This view of the east gate reveals the intricate layering of design elements and color, from blue sky to woodwork. Come for a walk and savor the Garden’s beauty as the sun slips into the western horizon. Photo by Sandy Marvinney.