Fellows Riverside Gardens
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This eleven acre living museum, funded by a very generous bequest of the late Mrs. Elizabeth A. Fellows, began with its first plantings in 1963. The Gardens include labeled displays of roses, tulips, chrysanthemums, herbs, trees, evergreens, dwarf conifers, rhododendrons, annuals, and perennials. Other features in the Gardens include two flagstone terraces, a lovely reflecting fountain pool, a beautiful Victorian styled gazebo, and a climbing plant trellis system. The Kidston Pavilion, overlooking Lake Glacier, is one of the newest addition to the Gardens.
The container is about 4 inches square with a white top.
Make sure you check out the lake view. Depending on your interest and time you may spend over an hour here.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum