A notable garden designed by Fujitaro Kubota, who transformed an initial five acres of swampland into a carefully designed landscape. That eventually grew to 20 acres. Kubota established Kubota Gardening Company in 1923; his works include the Japanese garden at Bainbridge Island’s Bloedel Reserve, and the gardens on the Seattle University campus.
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