Fort Worth Botanic Garden

This 110-acre site is Texas’s oldest major botanical garden, having opened its doors in 1934. The Fort Worth Botanic Garden also houses the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. The site contains 22 specialty gardens that showcase more than 2,500 plants. The Japanese Garden and the Rose Garden are extremely popular. The Four Seasons Garden creates a striking display starring hundreds of species of chrysanthemums, daylilies, and irises.

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