Photo Credit: West Virginia Botanic Garden
West Virginia Botanic Garden
The West Virginia Botanic Garden is a collection of nine themed gardens run by a non-profit organization. The site is also committed to conserving the surrounding Tibbs Run Preserve. This endangered habitat is a mix of deciduous, hemlock, and rhododendron trees. The themed gardens are headlined by the beautiful Butterfly Garden, which delights visitors with colorful blooms from spring to fall. The Eclectic Garden showcases a yearly display of annuals and perennials. The Secret Garden celebrates shade-loving plants such as ferns and hostas.