Texas Native Forest Boardwalk

The Native Texas Boardwalk is a living outdoor classroom. This elevated walkway was planted with native species growing on the east side and invasive species growing on the west side. There are thirteen educational stations for children along the way, such as a hollow log, speaking tubes, and balance beams.

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Deborah Beggs Moncrief Garden Venter

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas

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Pollinator Pathway

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4

Water Conservation Garden

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Margery Leonard Courtyard

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Adelaide Polk Fuller Garden

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Texas Native Forest Courtyard

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8

Rose Gardens

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Perennial Gardens

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Victor and Cleyone Tinsley Rock Springs Garden

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Horseshoe Garden

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Backyard Vegetable Garden

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Compost Outpost

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Trial Garden

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Grove

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Cactus Garden

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Japanese Garden

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Four Seasons Garden

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Rock Springs Cafe

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