Texas GardensSee incredible gardens in Austin, Houston and Dallas, plus learn about the state’s famed wildflowers
John G. Fairey, a flora collector with a rare eye for design, transformed a Texas landscape into the famed garden Peckerwood. His vision for Peckerwood, which includes a light-dappled woodland, several shimmering dry gardens, and a parklike arboretum, developed not gradually but in a transformative awakening during a trip to Mexico. This is the story of a plant man and his garden.
A steep and ramshackle plot of land is transformed into a peaceful retreat.
A French provincial garden is created when the new owners of a 1920s Texas home undertake the restoration of their unkept property.
Residents of Marfa, Texas, have created vibrant gardens that bring life to the desert plains.
Developed between 1930 and 1950, the organically maintained gardens at Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens in Houston are nationally recognized as among the most significant in the South
With more than 19 lakefront acres designed to nourish body and soul, plus more than 1,000 species of trees, flowers, herbs and vegetables, this is a destination you don't want to miss.
This modern sculpture garden in the Dallas' Downtown Arts District opened in 2003.
In honor of football and chrysanthemum season, we bow before a floral tradition specific to Texas: homecoming mums.
The bluebonnet is a smart, strong flower, and, thanks to a state's embrace, a true Texan. And because they love them so, there are six bluebonnets recognized as state flowers.