“110 gorgeous acres of Garden”
Fort Worth Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in Texas. It is a 109-acre living museum displaying over 2500 species of native and exotic plants. The garden features the 10,000 square foot Conservatory that fills with luxuriant tropical foliage. It also features the Japanese Garden; Historic Oval Rose Garden; Perennial Garden; Four Seasons Garden, which has hundreds of varieties of iris, daylily, and chrysanthemum; and the Fuller Garden which is a perfect place for weddings, garden parties, or simply a soothing stroll.
Beautiful and peaceful gardens for walking, picture taking, and relaxing on the benches or lawns. Went on a Friday mid-day, and there were lots of people walking around and enjoying themselves.
Not that impressive. Seen many better botanical gardens
We really enjoyed the gardens, especially the Japanese Garden. We ate at the restaurant and the food was excellent. We were there in November and I think the gardens would be even better in spring and summer.
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Fort Worth Botanic Garden
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