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Welch Sanctuary
Name:Welch Sanctuary 



 
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City:Woodinville 
State:Washington 
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Country:UNITED STATES 
Latitude/Longitude:lat=47.754436; long=-122.161949
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Designer(s):Terry Welch 
Admission:private residence 
Added to JGarden:1/10/2004 
Last Updated:10/17/2004 
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JGarden Description:This 24-acre private property is both a wildlife refuge, an acclaimed garden and a 2000 sq. ft post-and-beam house located north of Redmond and Bellevue, Washington. The site includes a suspended wetland constructed by beavers. The current owner, Terry Welch, has managed to integrate English and Japanese garden traditions into a natural Pacific Northwest landscape. The site includes several beautiful outlooks, a network of paths.

The site can be reached via a long gravel drive to and entry gate. The home looks out from a hillside onto the wetland and includes a wrap-around deck, koi pond and walled garden.

Richard Hartlage, director of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden in Seattle, Washington. "Garden Sanctuary for the Children of the Moon", Pacific Horticulture, Summer 1999, pp. 32-39. 




Empty yourself of everything.
Let the mind rest as peace.
All things rise and fall
While the self watches their return.
They grow and flourish,
and then return to the source.
Returning to the source is stillness,
which is the way of nature.

  Tao Te Ching 16

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