Texas Gardens

Austin: Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

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Legacy of Lady Bird Johnson, introduces visitors to the incredible beauty of native plants.

Austin: The Mollie Steves Zachry Texas Arboretum

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The Hall of Texas Heroes collection features a “clone” of Austin’s famous “Treaty Oak”

Beaumont: Beaumont Botanical Gardens

Beaumont, Texas Beaumont Botanical Gardens This 23.5 acre public garden is located within the tree-shaded 500 acres of Tyrrell Park. It is the home of the Bert and Jack Binks Horticultural Center and the Warren Loose Conservatory, the second largest conservatory in a public garden in Texas. Numerous theme gardens that display camellias, modern and […]

Corpus Christi: South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center

Corpus Christi, Texas South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center This 180-acre South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center showcases nine uniquely-designed gardens, including the Orchid House and Plumeria Garden,the Bromeliad Conservatory and Butterfly House. More than 2500 orchids (one of the largest collections in the South), 70 hibiscus, 250 plumeria and 300 roses. [ […]

Dallas: Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden


Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s new Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure is a national treasure

Fort Worth: Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth Botanic Garden The Fort Worth Botanic Garden, the oldest botanic garden in Texas, is a 109-acre home to over 2,500 species of native and exotic plants that flourish in its 21 specialty gardens. Attractions include Fuller Garden, Japanese Garden, Perennial Garden, Fragrance Garden, Trial Garden, Four Seasons Garden, Conservatory, Water […]

Georgetown: Georgetown Sunken Garden

Georgetown, Texas Georgetown Sunken Garden This lovely sunken garden and the surrounding San Gabriel Park sit on the banks of the San Gabriel River in Georgetown. Visit the Arbor Day Ceremony and Flower Show on April 14 at the San Gabriel Park’s Community Center. [ info ]

Hempstead: Peckerwood Garden

Hempstead, Texas Peckerwood Garden Sculpture “Sky Knife” by John Walker.John Fairey says of his 19-acre garden “… it is my studio, a place where artistic and horticultural research are fused to create an environment that stimulates all of the senses, including the most elusive of all, our sense of time.” The garden features over 3,000 […]

Houston: Houston Arboretum & Nature Center

Houston, Texas Houston Arboretum & Nature Center This 155-acre site includes five miles of nature trails, including forest, pond, wetland and meadow habitats. A Wildlife Garden, which demonstrates plantings appropriate to attract hummingbirds, butterflies and other wildlife to an urban backyard, and the Carol Tatkon Sensory Garden featuring native plants attractive to the senses are […]

Humble: Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens

Humble, Texas Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens Mercer has over 250 acres of East Texas piney woods showcasing the region’s largest collection of native and cultivated plants. Aldine Westfield Road divides the facility into two special use areas. The east side is home to the Botanic Gardens with over 20 acres of developed gardens, including […]

San Antonio: San Antonio Botanical Garden

San Antonio, Texas San Antonio Botanical Garden 33 acres include Entry Gardens, Ornamental Grass Garden, Sacred Garden, Garden for the Blind, Formal Beds, Wisteria Arbor, Rose Garden, Herb Garden, Old Fashioned Garden, Shade Garden and Watersaver Garden. [ info ]

Tyler: Tyler Rose Garden

Tyler, Texas Tyler Rose Garden Tyler Rose Garden is one of 24 All American Rose Selection (AARS) test gardens. The garden has over 400 rose varieties and 30,000 bushes. Other attractions include a Meditation Garden, Vance Burks Memorial Camellia Garden, Heritage Rose and Sensory Garden, and the I.D.E.A. demonstration garden, featuring new and under-utilized plants […]