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Category Archive: Gardens

10 Events Not To Miss in Fort Worth this November

Grab your jacket before you head out the door, because there is so much to do this month in Fort Worth, and the cooler temperatures are calling!  One of the nicest months in… Continue reading

Good Grief! You Won’t Believe This Amazing Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum Featuring Peanuts Characters!

Each Fall, one of the best places to celebrate pumpkins is the incredible displays and exhibits at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens!  They always have an incredible theme, and this year’s theme… Continue reading

An Oasis In Downtown; The Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens has been a tourist destination since opening in 1974!  Millions of visitors to Cow Town each year come to enjoy the solitude of the gardens, and the rush… Continue reading

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm, Georgetown

Sweet Eats Fruit Farm is a great place to visit during the Late Spring and Summer for big, beautiful pick your own peaches right from the tree, and they have a fun pumpkin… Continue reading

18 Things to See and Do on Alabama’s Coastal Connection National Scenic Byway

Take this amazing Scenic Byway on your way to Gulf Shores or Destin for a chance to see the gentle transformation of the Alabama Gulf Coast to the Southern elegance and charm by… Continue reading

Why Natchitoches, Louisiana Should Be Your Next Girls Weekend Getaway

Steel Magnolias turns 30 in November, and the little town where the author of the book lives and the movie was filmed is going all out for the event!  But that’s just one… Continue reading

Krause Springs Swimming Hole and Waterfall in Spicewood

When it comes to summers in Texas, there’s nothing better than a cold dip in a spring-fed swimming hole, and one of our favorites sits in the Texas Hill Country in Spicewood, about… Continue reading

This Fort Worth Restaurant Will Make You Feel Like You’re Dining in a Tropical Paradise.

An evening on the exquisite patio of this Texas Restaurant can easily make you believe you are dining somewhere along the coast in Mexico, but surprisingly you’re in the heart of Cowtown in… Continue reading

The Historic Secret Garden in Fort Worth That You Have Never Seen is FREE and Open to the Public

Gardens bring out the best of our imaginations, and in this beautiful English garden in South Fort Worth, you can spend an afternoon exploring, pretending and just taking in the sights, sounds, and… Continue reading

Jenkins Farms Pick-Your-Own Peach Orchard, Bonham

It’s one of our favorite season in Texas, PEACH SEASON!  We grow some amazing fruit here, and you’re remiss if you don’t get out and enjoy it!  And there is nothing better than… Continue reading

25 of the Best Things to See and Do (and Eat) on I-35 in Texas

I-35 spans a lot of Texas, from Gainesville to Laredo, and here’s our list of some of the best stops along the way! 1.  Gainesville gives you the Frank Buck Zoo and Leonard… Continue reading

15 Free Things to do in Fort Worth

No more sitting around with nothing to do, here’s a list of 15 fun and FREE things to do in Fort Worth! 1.  Free Tour of the Federal Bureau of Printing and Engraving  Open… Continue reading

Poston Tulip Gardens, Waxahachie

While Texas isn’t known for it’s Dutch culture, we have had our share of stories that originated in Holland, perhaps one of the best is the story of the el Baron de Bastrop,… Continue reading

24 Fun Things to do in DFW this Spring

With a late Easter this year, we have plenty of time to enjoy all the Spring activities available around the Metroplex!  Check out my list of 24 of our favorites and most anticipated… Continue reading

Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden, Gladewater

“It’s like Fossil Rim, except you don’t feed the flowers”, is how I described Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden to my friends as we were entering the gardens.  It’s actually such a beautiful drive-thru… Continue reading