Learn about the Garden’s bee keeping from our former Horticulture Student Director, Will Olson.
1,038 plants, 396 volunteer hours, 10 yards of mulch, 6 weeks, 3 truckloads of compost removed: all for one signature garden… Read more from our Director, Ben Futa.
As a public garden, we’re always challenging ourselves to create and present inspiring, compelling and beautiful horticultural displays… Read more from our Director, Ben Futa.
Allen Centennial Garden isn’t the only place on campus that works with bees. The Garden sat down with three graduate students and scientists from the Gratton Lab at UW who specialize in research surrounding bees.
Our Plant Adoption Day has been a huge success! Read about how the Garden is working to provide students with meaningful experiences that will help address plant blindness.
Check out Andrée Valley’s work featured in the Garden.
Learn about a beautiful piece of the Dean’s Residence history, before the Garden’s dedication in 1989.
The Allen Centennial Rock Garden has been reviewed as one of the best by the President of the North American Rock Garden Society. Here some helpful tips if you’re thinking about starting your own.
Learn about the incredible design work and installation that has gone into our bulb lawn in the English Garden from our former intern, Saige Henkel.