Presentation on theme: "Manual Adv The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion and Entry Plaza The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion and Entry Plaza welcomes visitors."— Presentation transcript:
The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion and Entry Plaza The Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion and Entry Plaza welcomes visitors to the breathtaking surroundings of the Dallas Arboretum. Built with native Texas limestone and wood and copper sheathing, this structure serves as the gateway to the gardens. Upon entering, visitors will encounter the Scott K. Ginsburg Family Plaza and Junkins Fountain, which are enveloped by a menagerie of seasonal flora. This entryway gives visitors a glimpse of the 66 acres of stunning vistas ahead.
Crepe Myrtle walkway
The Dallas Arboretum is a favorite setting for weddings and picture taking
Dazzling Fall Color at the Dallas Arboretum
As always, the Arboretum will display an incredible selection of seasonal plantings. During Summer at the Arboretum, the beds will be bursting with ageratum, impatiens, petunias, cleome, begonias, salvia, marigolds, lobelia and zinnias. As the temperatures warm, caladiums, lantana, pride of Barbados, variegated tapioca, elephant ears and coleus will be added to the gardens.
Designed by Naud Burnett II, the 6.5-acre Margaret Elisabeth Jonsson Color Garden features large, sweeping beds of seasonal flowers and plants. The Color Garden is home to more than 2,000 varieties of azaleas, which bloom lavishly in the spring along with daffodils and tulips. Summer brings a vibrant display of bananas and tapioca plants, while autumn ushers in brightly colored chrysanthemums. The Palmer Fern Dell serves as a shady respite within the Color Garden, boasting a collection of ferns, camellias, azaleas and many other shade loving perennials and shrubs. Margaret Elisabeth Jonsson Color Garden
This garden is a fabulous collection of over 80 varieties of signature Japanese Maples planted along the stream. Key design elements of the Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill include a large gathering plaza that overlooks a re-circulating creek and numerous waterfalls. Opened in fall 2011, this charming area also includes a series of paved walkways and a stone bridge connecting the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage to the Magnolia Allee. An especially large weeping Japanese maple, nearly 100 years old, anchors the center of the garden. The Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill
View of White Rock Lake from the Reflective Basin in A Woman's Garden A Woman’s Garden A gift from the Women’s Council of Dallas, this serene and nationally acclaimed garden features terraced walkways and exceptional views. A Woman’s Garden is comprised of several smaller gardens including the Pecan Parterre, the Poetry Garden and the Majestic Allee where visitors can view White Rock Lake just beyond a dramatic reflecting pool. The Garden boasts alluring features such as a native Texas limestone bridge, a 140- foot hanging garden, and a wellspring surrounded by towering Dawn Redwoods. This beautiful gardens was designed to celebrate the strength, courage, creativity and nurturing demeanor of women.
One of many concerts at the Arboretum surrounded by the beauty and excitement of summer with activities for the whole family, with acres of vibrant color throughout the Dallas Arboretum.
This is incredible and beautiful ---- pumpkins everywhere! If you are in Dallas between now and Thanksgiving, You should visit the Dallas Arboretum. These seasonal Displays are simply outstanding. There are 65,000 Pumpkins, Guards and Squash in the displays again this year. Pumpkins Everywhere
Public Events at the Dallas Arboretum Throughout the year the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden offers endless opportunities for excitement, entertainment and family fun. The Arboretum provides rotating Seasonal Festivals four times a year celebrating the joy and color of the seasons. During festivals, visitors can enjoy extraordinary floral beauty and a variety of fun family activities. Public Events such as the Cool Thursdays Concert Series and the Year of the Children's Garden offer fun, entertainment and exploration throughout the year. Boasting rotating displays, gorgeous seasonal color, exciting activities and family- friendly events for all ages, it is always the perfect time to visit the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.. Dallas Blooms Autumn Cool Concert Series Summer Year of the Children’s garden The 12 Days of Christmas Artscape & the Atrist Garden
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