Dallas Arboretum Virtual Tours


June 01, 2020 to July 31, 2020


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Missing the beauty of the Dallas Arboretum? Experience the breathtaking gardens digitally as Dave Forehand, VP of gardens, leads you on personal tours, learn more about featured garden plants, download garden images to use at home or take a break with a floral jigsaw puzzle.

Visit the link for these offerings:
-Learn About Tulips! In this short and exciting video, Dave Forehand answers a question we hear a lot: why don’t all tulips bloom at the same time?

-Lay Family Garden
Join Dave Forehand for a walk through the Lay Family Garden, a 2.2-acre garden filled with hundreds of perennials and woody plants set against two amazing water features, the Lay Grotto, which boasts a waterfall and koi pond, and on the other side, a set of cascading water walls under a lush trellis.

-Jonsson Color Garden
Join Dave Forehand for a walk through the Margaret Elizabeth Jonsson Color Garden, a 6.5-acre space featuring large, sweeping beds of seasonal flowers and plants.

-Red Maple Rill
Join Dave Forehand for a walk through the Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill, a two-acre garden featuring an incredible collection of over 80 varieties of Japanese Maples planted along a bubbling stream.

-Paseo de Flores
Join Dave Forehand, for a personal walking tour of the Lyda Bunker Hunt Paseo de Flores! Commonly referred to as simply the Paseo, this meandering pathway serves as the central walkway of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

Plus, you'll find virtual garden backgrounds and educational videos for your children or students on the Arboretum Education at Home page.