Upper East Side of Texas Blooms



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This is the time of year when festivals, gardens and trails present beautiful flowers in addition to the natural wildflowers seen along roadsides, and thought-provoking landscapes enhance the area’s public garden crown jewels. Here’s a round-up of venues that celebrate the region’s blooming beauty and make it easy for individuals, families and groups to commune with nature and enjoy the charm and spirit of East Texas. 

Nacogdoches Azalea Trail

888.564.7351

visitnacogdoches.org

 

Stephen F. Austin Mast Arboretum

936.468.1832

sfagardens.sfasu.edu

 

Tyler Azalea Trail

903.592.1661

visittyler.com

 

Tyler Rose Garden

903.531.1213
parksandrec.cityoftyler.org

 

Palestine Dogwood Trails

903.723.3014

texasdogwoodtrails.com

 

Linden Wildflower Trail

903.240.1394

Lindenwildflowertrails.net

 

Mrs. Lee’s Daffodils

903.845.5780

daffodilgarden.com

East Texas Arboretum

903.675.5630 easttexasarboretum.org

 

Blue Moon Gardens

903. 852.3897 bluemoongardens.com

 

Mineola Nature Center

903.569.6983

mineolnaturepreserve.com

 

Glenda Mae’s Daylily Farm

903.235.2529

glendamaesdaylilyfarm.com

 

Ennis Bluebonnet Festival

972.878.4748 visitennis.org

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