Down Memory Lane: Garvan Gardens

Scenes from Garvan Woodland Gardens, Arkansas. March 9, 2009.

When we went to Arkansas in March, 2009, we stopped a couple of places on our way to Mount Nebo.  We checked out a waterfall at Lake Catherine State Park and we also went to Garvan Woodland Gardens near Hot Springs.

We went to Garvan Gardens to check out a couple of waterfalls (aren’t you surprised?).  Garvan Gardens is The University of Arkansas’ Botanical Garden and is located on a 210-acre peninsula.  It started out as a private garden which was later donated to the University.

We found the waterfalls we were looking for — and much more.  The spring flowers were in full bloom and could be seen from many different places within the garden.  We spent a couple of hours walking through the different sections of the garden and enjoying the sights.

To see these pictures and others, click HERE.

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15 Responses to “Down Memory Lane: Garvan Gardens”

  1. Darla Says:

    You know I had to enlarge to see the Tulips and the Daffs…just beautiful!

  2. Happyone Says:

    A nice reminder that spring will come after all the snow!

  3. Judy Says:

    The photo of the snow after your big storm was good – I am getting tired of the dingy snow we have here, and would welcome a good fall of snow! I love these spring photos, too! Especially the koi!

  4. Susie Says:

    Hey George, your collage makes me yearn for spring. Those tulips are so pretty. Hope you and Betsy are staying warm and cozy.

  5. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: That certainly is such a beautiful place to show, great shots my friend.

  6. busy bee suz Says:

    So beautiful…I love visiting gardens as beautiful as this. So peaceful!

  7. MaryBeth Says:

    I like the collage, George. Isn’t it fun to look back at pictures from the year before.
    I have Tulip pics from March too on my blog. Great minds ya know. Ha! MB

  8. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    Oh what beauty! I want to stroll down that Tulip lined path and just enjoy the sights and sounds.
    Blessings,Ruth

  9. Rose Says:

    The collage sure looks inviting…and I love the full moon bridge shown in the link.

  10. imac Says:

    Fantastic when enlarged George.

  11. Tricia Says:

    spring flowers in full bloom… will they ever come this year? i know it’ll happen, but spring sure is taking its precious time! we even had more snow today
    your flower collage is very pretty!

  12. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    These are truly stunning! And I loved looking at all the others with your link! I do so love the row of koi and the curved line of pink tulips. The chapel is amazing, Probably worth the trip just by itself, in my opinion. But what is the purpose of that carillion thingy? It’ very intreguing!

  13. Carletta Says:

    All of those individual shots are gorgeous George and make a beautiful mosaic!
    Enlarging this one was breathtaking.

  14. happilyretired Says:

    What BEAUTIFUL memories from your trip to Arkansas … love each of the lovely photos in your mosaic … especially the Koi and pink tulips.
    Hugs and blessings,
    Sacred Ruminations

  15. Louise Cannon Says:

    OH MY GOODNESS this place is beautiful. I miss Spring in the Midwest. (Or probably anywhere but here.) We don’t have significant color until May, and spring is windy with dust storms. Your pictures are idyllic.

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