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These Gardens are just beautiful. There are perennials, annuals, a rose garden, and trials of plants that might get to market. There are sunny beds, shade beds, native Michigan plants, and so much more. There is an Arboretum and the best children’s garden I have...More
The most beautiful botanic gardens in the erea. One should go there in the late evening before dark which gives you an option to hear the rwitting birds. Its lovely music with very few people. Do not miss the place.
There are several spots of gardens on campus. In the A288 plant & soil building are different plants. It's a nice hour visit plus the children's area is nice.Friends from out of state enjoy seeing all flowers etc.
Free, quiet and quick visit. Everything is clearly labeled. Special kids' areas. It's not as big as anticipated, but there are also areas that are used by students and staff only so I am sure we only saw a tiny bit of all they have...More
There are several gardens located throughout the MSU campus. J. W. Beale garden displays plants in four main collections. The plants are labeled and the stroll through the acres are very educational. The Horticulture and Landscape gardens allow one to view mature trees and shrubs...More
The MSU Botanical Gardens was a pleasant surprise - The Roses were in full bloom and there was every species you could ever want all smelling better than the next - There were fountains with big marble balls and great backdrops for pictures - All...More