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Visiting Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

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Spread over an area of 66 acres, the arboretum and botanical garden of Dallas includes a number of tiered fountains and gardens with a lake view of White Rock Lake and also the skyline view of the city Dallas. The park was built in the year 1940 and the architectural style of the gardens range to the Spanish Colonial Revival.

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Landscaping the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Landscaping the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

1. A Woman's Garden

1. A Woman's Garden

This garden was gifted by the Women's Council of the city. The main feature of the garden are the terraced walkways. The garden has been divided into two phases: Phase 1 and Phase 2. The Phase 1 of the garden is a formal garden spread over an area of 1.8 acres and was architecture in the year 1997 by Morgan Wheelock. There are many other small garden rooms in this phase which include the famous Poetry Garden that has a huge plantation of roses and Pecan Parterre. The Phase 2 of the garden is open to the people and it became so in the year 2006 and was planned by Warren Johnson who is a graduate from a university in Texas. The architecture of the garden is in Dallas Landscape. The garden has a bridge made of limestone, a hanging garden which is 140 feet and also a wellspring with Dawn Redwoods surrounding it. This garden is symbol of the strength, creativity, nurture and courage of women.

2. The Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill

2. The Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill

The garden is spread over an area of 2 acres and houses almost 80 varieties of Japanese Maples which have been planted in the garden beside the stream. The garden was planned by Rowland Jackson and The Beck Group was responsible for the construction services. The garden has a number of waterfalls, a gathering plaza, a stone bridge, walkways paved and a re-circulating creek. A hundred year old, huge Japanese Maple is located in the garden's centre.

3. The Nancy Clements Seay Magnolia Glade

3. The Nancy Clements Seay Magnolia Glade

The garden features a pond with lilies and waterway with a huge collection of beautiful flowers. The garden is packed with white blooms, green grass and also the sound made by the running water. The garden has been designed by Warren Hill Johnson and comprises of different textures and colours along the entire year. Enclosed with a Butterfly Japanese Maples and Teddy Bear Southern Mangolias, the garden keeps flowering with loquats and camellias.

4. Nancy's Garden

4. Nancy's Garden

Nancy's Garden is covered in azaleas and crape myrtles in pink. The garden is located in the premises of the gardens of DeGloyer. The entire lighting and plantings of the area has been renovated and benches for children and a few sculptures have been included in the landscape. The most featured landscape of the garden includes the 'Thank Heaven of Little Girls' delivered by the sculptor Gary Price.

5. Crape Myrtle Allee

5. Crape Myrtle Allee

Crape Myrtle Allee has a walkway paved with stones with the trees of Crape Myrtle adorning its borders. The walkway has been paved with bluestone from Pennsylvania and comprises of 'toad corners' which are the water features of the garden and also two basins.

6. The Martha Brooks Camellia Garden

6. The Martha Brooks Camellia Garden

The Martha Brooks Camellia Garden houses more than 200 camellias that have been cultivated by almost 30 various cultivators. It has been designed by Warren Hill Johnson in Dallas Landscape Architecture and was inaugurated in the year 2000.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be procured easily and can be booked both online as well as offline. Booking tickets online through this website is helpful as it saves time and you can be sure about having a booking beforehand.

How To Get Around?

Taxis and buses are the most used ways of conveyance in the city. Both of them are easily available and will get you a nice tour of the city. It will be better if you get a pass made for the bus so as travel as much as you want in the city. DART rails are famous for transportation in the city.

What Should I Wear?

A place as such the garden requires you to wear something comfortable and breathable. Go with a nice pair of jeans or trousers with tank tops and a shrug. Boys can wear a casual shirt. Pair it up with sneakers. A scarf may be optional. Pack a few layers for winter months. Nights can get chilly too.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Dallas is somewhere between September and November. This time period has the city in moderate temperature and the rooms are less expensive too.

Currency

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Will I Need a Guide?

A guide will not be required for guidance. The website has everything you will need to know.

How To Get There?

You can reach Dallas by taking a flight to either of the three airports i.e Dallas Fort Worth International airport, the Dallas Love Field and Dallas Executive airport. You can also travel by Amtrak operates train services that connects Dallas to all the major cities of the country. There are also intercity and international bus services available to reach Dallas.

Additional Info

Carry water bottles along with you. Edibles might not be allowed from the outdoor. Ask for permission.

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