Lan Su Chinese Garden is between N.W. 2nd and N.W. 3rd streets and N.W. Everett and N.W. Flanders streets at 239 N.W. Everett St. Designed in the style of Ming Dynasty scholars' gardens, the urban garden was built by artisans and craftspeople from Suzhou, China, Portland's sister city. The garden features a bridged lake, open colonnades and stone mosaic paths that wind through courtyards and nine pavilions. A teahouse overlooks the garden's Lake Zither. Trees and shrubs, many indigenous to China, include maples, pines, dogwoods, wintersweet, plum, wisteria, hibiscus, bamboo, tree peonies, magnolias, camellias, orchids and water plants.