Photos by Cheryl Landes
The Kubota Garden in South Seattle is a treat for the eyes in the fall. The colors of the trees and shrubs are breathtaking in the textured landscape.
The garden is the work of Fujitaro Kubota, a self-taught gardener who immigrated from Japan to Seattle in 1907.
The Kubota Garden’s address is 10915 51st Avenue South in Seattle. It’s open daily from sunrise to sunset.
For more information, visit kubotagarden.org.
Read the story of the Kubota Garden and experience what the garden is like in the spring in my armchair photo tour, “Spring at Kubota Garden in Seattle“.
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