Seattle to get at one with the trees

March 16, 2013 by  

The Freeway Park Tree Walk will provides people with the opportunity to spend some quality family time outdoors while learning about the various types of trees and bushes located along the walkway.

This outdoor event will take place whatever the weather, so guests must dress appropriately. Poster printing and flyer printing were likely used to promote the outdoor experience to people in this city and the surrounding areas.

During the walk, people will have a chance to meet the Tree Ambassador, Natasha Mann, who is a leading expert on the trees and bushes located along this tour. People will discover many new and interesting species of plants, including some really special magnolias, large hemlocks, larches, and many other plants that may be rare, but interesting to view and learn about.

Mann welcomes questions about the plants while the tour is in progress, and this is a fine chance to learn more about how to integrate some of the plants into their landscape settings at home. People will meet on the patio area located at the south side of the Washington Convention Center, which is the gateway to Freeway Park. Guests may want to bring a notepad to jot down some of the information they obtain.

This guided tour is free of charge and all are welcome, but must register. The Freeway Park Tree Walk will be happening on Saturday, March 23, from 9:30 am until 12:30 pm at the Freeway Park located at 800 Convention Place in Seattle, Washington. To register, or to learn more, please visit the Freeway Park website or visit the Seattle Government website. Alternatively, call Freeway Park during business hours.