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Your Special Springtime Guide to Seattle's Public Gardens

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It's no secret that spring has indeed sprung around Seattle -- though we're currently dealing with a touch of rain and sunbreaks and all that normal early May jazz, it's definitely warmed up, the greenery is growing, and the flowers are sprouting.

We know what that means: you're desperate for a place to visit where you can enjoy all the pretty plants without being called out for, you know, trespassing. Worry no more, friends. We've marked some of our favorite public gardens in Seattle, because everyone deserves a chance to catch the cherry blossoms falling before they're done for the year. You'll find them on the map after the jump.

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1. Bradner Gardens Park

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2. Japanese Garden

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3. Katie Black's Garden

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4. Kubota Gardens

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5. Parsons Gardens

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6. Volunteer Park Conservatory

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7. Woodland Park Rose Garden

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8. Seattle Chinese Garden

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9. Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection

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1. Bradner Gardens Park

2. Japanese Garden

3. Katie Black's Garden

4. Kubota Gardens

5. Parsons Gardens

6. Volunteer Park Conservatory

7. Woodland Park Rose Garden

8. Seattle Chinese Garden

9. Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection