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  • Writer's pictureCheré Dastugue Coen

Spring blooming at Garvan Woodland Gardens

I had the distinct pleasure of visiting Garvan Woodland Gardens at the onset of spring, viewing what seemed like endless rolling hills of daffodils and other spring flowers such as crocus and hyacinths. I’m a daffodil fan but I’ve been told that the tulips at the gardens outside Hot Springs, Ark., are a sight to see as well.

Garvan Woodland Gardens offers its annual Daffodil Days & Tulip Extravaganza through April 15 this year (2021), showcasing more than 150,000 Dutch tulips, in addition to other spring annuals and azaleas in bloom. Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for ages 4-12 and tykes 3 and under are admitted free. Check the website for hours of operations and remember that dates will be revised depending upon bloom time.

Next up on the Weird South blog — Gibbs Gardens in northern Georgia. Stayed tuned.

In the meantime, here's more photos...

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