Little House Garden is specifically designed for play and exploration. At the corner of the main courtyard, adjacent from the little house, this garden is all about hands on learning. There is a Native American hut for kids to play in, grassy areas for picnics and pots used for digging for insects.
Seed Silo Garden is at the base of the seed silo and shows native flowers that bloom at different seasons that have vibrant colors and textures such as the Texas Rose.
Woodland Garden serves as a wooded classroom with over 120 species of Hill County plants, vines, shrubs, bushes, and flowers. This garden is a shade garden, everything that grows here will thrive in shaded or semi-shaded areas. Many homeowners find inspiration for their own backyards in this garden. There is a stream that flows through here as well.
Erma Lowe Hill Country Stream has landscaped stone borders and plenty of areas for sitting and listening to the stream move through the gardens. The water is fast flowing and encounter areas of shade and sun which creates a variety of plants and flower that can grow along the banks.
Theme Gardens are 23 individual bordered beds of flowers that are surrounded by limestone walls. Each bed has a separate theme from cacti to edible plants, native grasses and ground covers. Each of these spaces also demonstrates a garden that even the most amateur of gardens can accomplish at home and is the most extensive garden at the Wildflower Center.
Texas Mixed Border Homeowner Inspiration Garden was created to give options for several different landscaping ideas for backyards in Texas. There is an English style to the gardens that feature stone patios and arbors as well. These are also each all-season garden.
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