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Fort Worth Botanic Garden

The oldest botanic garden in Texas enjoys dappled shade and vibrant color. The Lower Rose Garden was established in 1934 as a CPW project during the Great Depression. The Garden is now 109 acres and contains 23 specialty gardens, including a Rose Garden and a Japanese Garden designed by Kingsley Wu, with a tea house and pavilion.
Photograph © Amanda Davey/Tilia Services
Photograph © Amanda Davey/Tilia Services
Oval Rose Garden. Photograph © Ken Nickles
Lower Rose Garden. Photograph © Pete Vollenweider

3220 Botanic Garden Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas, USA, TX 76107

Daily. Open 8am to dusk.

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