|Garvan Gardens entrance|
|Pretty Azalea bush|
The entry price is $10 per adult (discounts for children and seniors) and for that you can explore and marvel at the wonderful and extremely varied plants and trees for the whole day. Spring and fall are the best times to visit due to the heat and humidity during the mid-summer months, but there is plenty of shade provided by tall trees so even during the hottest months it's not too bad. Various themes with different plantings happen throughout the year so if you go once, you can go again several months later and see something entirely different. Go, take your time and have a thoroughly enjoyable day!
|One of the wooded trails which wind throughout the complex |
inviting "off the paved walkway" exploring.
|There are many little streams and soothing waterfalls.|
|Ornamental grass waving in the breeze.|
|Very persistent Peacock strutted around looking pretty |
while begging for part of our picnic lunch.
|Life can spring from the toughest situations|
|Some kind of cool moss I don't know the name of not |
growing on a rolling stone.
|Youngest-daughter feeding the large golden carp |
in one of the ponds.