Handsome Plants of the UW Medicinal Herb Garden
Established in 1911, the University of Washington’s Medicinal Herb Garden is a marvelous teaching, as well as a quiet and beautiful sanctuary for students and the public alike. The two-and-a-half acre garden contains approximately 1000 plants laid out in a network of formal beds and wooded borders. Many of the plants have ornamental appeal. For the summer edition of the Bulletin, Keith Possee—the gardener at the Herb Garden—profiles some of his favorites. Read the full article.