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5 Places Around DFW To See Flowers
5 Places around DFW to see Flowers
#1 The Dallas Arboretum
Dallas (Dallas County)
Jaw-dropping gorgeous place to enjoy spring flowers. Over 500,000 bulbs planted. The theme this year is "World of Flowers". It is sure to delight young and old. Around Easter, it's packed but worth the trip every year.
February 24 through April 8- "A World of Flowers"
Flowers, food, activities and more from all over the world. http://www.dallasarboretum.org
#2 Fort Worth Botanical Garden
Fort Worth near downtown and the Zoo (Tarrant County)
Four seasons of beautiful in this centrally located garden. Tons of events throughout the year. Upcoming Flowercade and Iris Show, Plant sales and so much more. Tour the Japanese Garden on your next visit then head over to Blue for sushi on West 7th.
#3 Lavender Ridge Farms
Gainesville (Cooke County)
This 2 acre farm features lavender, herbs and more. There is a cafe too. Opens April 6th.
Handmade lavender products or visit the online store. Well worth a quick day trip to the northern part of our state for fragrance and beauty. http://www.lavenderridgefarms.com
#4 Grapevine Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park
Grapevine (Tarrant County)
This hidden gem is a stone's throw from Main Street in Grapevine. From the street it looks like a small park, but actually it meanders and has some wonderful photo opportunities. Its FREE and you can wander over to eat in one of the fabulous restaurants nearby.
#5 Quarry Flower Farm
Celina (Collin County)
Pick your own bouquet in Collin County. This is a truly unique farm with a pond from an old gravel quarry, 1835 English-style oak
timber-frame barn. They have planted over 50 David Austin rose bushes and grow a beautiful variety of other blooms. Be sure to reach out on the "contact us" page to find out when Open Days are at the farm.
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