By March and April, the Botanic Garden has awakened from its sleepy winter slumber. Here’s what you don’t want to miss:
Just driving through the Garden is a treat as pear, cherry, peach, and crab apple trees bloom throughout. You can also spot tulips and daffodils.
The wisteria is in full bloom along the walkways in the Fuller and Rose Gardens.
In the Japanese Garden, multitudes of cherry, peach, and crabapple trees are in bloom.
By April the leaves have turned a rich dark green creating a lush and romantic environment.
Roses in the historic Rose Garden have begun blooming.
In the Fuller and Perennial Gardens, many perennials are in bloom, filling each turn with a new and spectacular surprise of color.
Pansies, Dianthus, Snapdragons, Alyssum, Narcissus (daffodils), Summer snowflake, Mexican plum, Redbud trees, Mexican buckeye, Rusty blackhaw viburnum, Lady Banks’ Rose, Ox-eye daisy, Four-nerve daisy, Hardy gladiolus, Coral honeysuckle, and Chinese snowball.