I know I’ve made the point that Seattle is a great climate for rhodies and azaleas. But then I come upon another gorgeous example, and I just can’t resist sharing it.
This is a small public park, what in New York would be called a “pocket park”. The rhodies surround the entrance. There is a circular path inside, and shaded benches for readers to delve into a book, and a sunny, grassy area where people sit and picnic. There are seasonal plantings. The city maintains the park, I think, and it’s a small gem.