Nature Coast Botanical Gardens & Nursery

Nature Coast Botanical Gardens & Nursery

Nature Coast Botanical Gardens & Nursery
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  • Spring Hill Reviewed
    Spring Hill, Florida7 contributions
    Calming
    When everything is at its peak in blooming and health, this is a nice place to wonder through. With only donations of time and money keeping this place afloat, they are doing a great job. On Monday and Saturday they offer plants for sale in their showroom area. Depending on the timing, you can find great bargains and rarities. Normal inventory is still priced very reasonably. Staff knowledge is mixed, but there are people there that do have great knowledge of the plants offered. Informal place that feels like you are walking into someones home garden. Nice group of volunteers. Please stop by and take a look. It is free (donations are an non-pressured option).
    Written July 27, 2020
  • remy and suzann... b
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania57 contributions
    Serene garden paths full of suprises
    Free parking and entrance with donation box, picnic seating and periodic benches in multi-themed volunteer well-kept gardens. Amazing 14+ feet tall agave cactus. Gardens have surprising amenities. Certain days and hours have a fenced area to purchase plants and other items. Easy to find yes tucked away off spring hill drive on right headed from rt 41 to US 19 close to US .19. Enjoyed a picnic lunch with the girls. Plan to get my significant other to go in 2022 when most plants are in bloom.
    Traveled with friends
    Written February 14, 2022
  • Gator58
    New Port Richey, Florida561 contributions
    Quiet serenity
    I always enjoy a quiet walk through this wonderful, ever changing garden. I like to see the great inspirational types of plantings and sometimes just sit & read. This time I met my sister there and we had a really nice visit. They have a good website with hours, location,events and maps, including a scavenger hunt.
    Traveled solo
    Written August 1, 2022
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momoffivekiddos
Brooksville, FL495 contributions
Mar 2013
Great oasis in the middle of Spring Hill. Beautiful hidden gem run by amazing dedicated volunteers. Great plant pricing and cute vignettes to explore. You have to check it out. Your missing a real find among house and never ending streets.
Written May 7, 2013
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YvettesGirl
Land O Lakes, FL121 contributions
Nov 2012
Just about 3.5 acres in the middle of Spring Hill, FL. The butterfly and day lily gardens are well worth it. Don't expect big-city spectacular, but more of a country garden feel.
Written January 13, 2013
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Cynthia F
Fair Lawn, NJ2,285 contributions
Feb 2014 • Couples
Very close to Route 19; great for a 1/2 hour to 45 minute stop. 10-15 different small gardens; each planted in a different theme: herbs, roses, cacti; etc. Clean restrooms and a number of benches. Don't wear a sweater that can get snagged because you're walking on trails between shrubs. You can leave a donation in the box near the entrance and we did, because we enjoyed our visit.
Written February 22, 2014
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Tracy C
Fort Myers16 contributions
Sep 2017
Great place to spend A few hours and get out and enjoy nature. Walk the gardens , bring lunch ( they have picnic tables along the trails.) You can see lots of native plants and bring your dogs as long as they are on a leash. They also sell plants for a great price. Check their web site for plant sale hours. This is one of the hidden treasures in Springhill.

Written October 11, 2017
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gagak
Florida113 contributions
Oct 2017 • Solo
The grounds are well kept and they have a great selection of gardens here. It's a nice soothing place to get away for a little bit.
Written September 4, 2018
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jessica b
Spring Hill, FL99 contributions
Aug 2014 • Family
A friend recently told of us of this place. I had never heard of it or seen any marketing for it. It is a very nice garden; nice displays and plant selections. There is no cost to tour. It's quiet and peaceful.
Written September 18, 2014
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2Celebrate
Florida142 contributions
Oct 2013 • Friends
I would never have expected such a well kept, organized, and beautiful botanical garden in a city the size of Spring Hill. My friends took us to see the gardens after reading about it, and we were all thoroughly surprised and happy that we had taken the time to explore this little known spot. It truly is a must see if you happen to be in the area. You will not regret it.
Written August 30, 2014
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thibadop_10
Florida Panhandle, FL28 contributions
Dec 2013 • Friends
This is a small garden which was started as people discarding their plants in this lot. It turned into a very pretty botanical garden with a lot of hard work and volunteering. It is free to roam about, and some but not all of the plants are marked as to what they are. It is a pleasant addition to Spring Hill and if you like plants and nature, I would recommend this short walk to just about anyone.
Written December 24, 2013
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Vi0letBeach
Tampa, FL58 contributions
Oct 2013 • Couples
I had found this gem of a place online one day searching for local activities. I visit a botanical garden whenever I get the chance. I enjoy photographing flowers etc. My husband went along for the adventure and he was as I amazed at all the individual gardens there were within this space. We returned on "plant sale" day and picked up many native plants at fantastic prices. I will definitely make return visits to gardens, purchase additional plants and snap more pictures.
Written November 6, 2013
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mattspringhill
Spring Hill, FL172 contributions
Sep 2012 • Family
They have few different scenes set up, with live fish and small pond. It worth the stop to just walk through and enjoy the views. I'd bring bug spray depending on the time of year your visiting (very dense).
Written March 17, 2013
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