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The garden was very interesting, and although it is somewhat small, many of the plants and areas are identified. There are some steps in the garden, so it is not handicapped friendly. There is a $2 pp honor donation, and it is well worth that.
We were waiting for our tour at a nearby attraction to start so we walked over to take a look around the gardens.
There were lots of trails to walk around and some interesting exhibits.
There were a couple of people working in the flower...More
Came to Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, and this had an adjacent parking lot. Pleasant to stroll around for 15 minutes in the warm sun and look at an informal garden. $2 honor system admission. Had picnic tailgate lunch in the parking lot shade before...More
As a man with over 25 years in the nursery industry, I was really looking forward to visiting the Daniel Boone Native Gardens. It was worth the stop but I expected more.
Upon arriving, there is a sign that asked for a $2 donation. I...More
Daniel Boone Gardens, a gem in the middle of town, lent itself so well to our writing group focused on nature that day. The entire area that includes neighboring Horn in the West and Watauga Farmers Market (Saturday) makes for a lovely stop. I also...More