Gardens in the Woods

A couple of weeks ago, we took a drive down to Hot Springs to visit Garvan Woodland Gardens.

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Garvan Woodland Gardens azalea

Garvan Woodland Gardens full moon bridge

Garvan Woodland Gardens sign

We’ve been in Arkansas for nearly 30 years and this was the first time we had visited this wonderful attraction.

Photos from the visit are included in my newest photo gallery, Garvan Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

The Garvan Woodland Gardens is a botanical garden  in Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA. The 210 acre garden is owned by the University of Arkansas and open almost every day during daylight hours, for a fee.

The gardens are situated on a wooded peninsula with 4.5 miles of shoreline on Lake Hamilton. The gardens feature rocky inclines reminiscent of the surrounding Ouachita Mountains, floral landscapes, streams, and waterfalls in a natural woodland setting, plus a Japanese Garden with Japanese maples and tree peonies, a conifer border, and various flower and rock gardens. Its collections display hundreds of rare shrubs and trees, including camellias, magnolias, roses, and over 160 different types of azaleas. (Wikipedia)

Gallery: Garvan Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs, Arkansas.


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