Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Garden

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tomthbomb
Longview, TX1,007 contributions
Feb 2013 • Couples
We made our annual visit to Mrs. Lee's Garden yesterday. We arrived 10 minutes past the closing time. The gracious young lady that runs the place let us go in. Thank you and what a wonderful smile you have!
I will never get tired of looking at 1,000 acres of East Texas' most beautiful scenery!
If you go please leave a donation.
Written February 24, 2013
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Lois-R0904
Gladewater, TX18 contributions
Mar 2014
Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Gardens are open mid-February to mid-March each year. Donations are accepted but viewing the rolling hills is absolutely free. There is an old log cabin to visit and a bridge to continue your walk.

The roads are not paved. Buses would not be able to navigate thru the area.

God's creation will take your
breathe away. Thanks to Mrs. Lee for sharing her love of daffodils.
Written February 18, 2015
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N B
in Texas4 contributions
May 2013
Always lovely in early spring when blooms are abundant. A bonus after enjoying blooms is to view the old cabin.
Written June 10, 2013
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Jane M
1 contribution
Feb 2020
We made the 3 hour drive today. Finally, a sunny day after days of rain. My mistake for not calling first. They were CLOSED. Soooo disappointed. We were really looking forward to this beauty. Only given poor review because WEBSITE needs to late you know dates CLOSED due to mud.
Written February 22, 2020
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Mellyle
Gladewater, TX1 contribution
I was so disappointed. I was there to take engagement pictures of my son's friends that were getting married. I am just a mother with a camera and they were early 20 year olds in love getting married cause the honeymoon had come early. The woman owner wanted us to give her $300 "donation" to take pictures there. This park is in my home town and we have never had to give more than $25. When I only gave the usual donation of $25 she went off on me and had us followed all around the park. She even whet so far as to "bar" us for life. She only got more and more hostile when I asked if it was about the money. I think she was a raciest as we were white and she was black. I also think she is pocketing money from the owners.
Written September 9, 2012
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my sweet
Tyler, TX236 contributions
Mar 2014 • Family
This is the most beautiful garden I have ever seen. There are millions of daffodils in a natural setting. If you are a bride and need a beautiful flower place,this is the place to go. The price is donation which is great too.
Written March 2, 2014
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soogle1
Dallas, TX70 contributions
Mar 2019 • Friends
Very pleasant morning drive with pretty daffodils all around. A nice splash of color after some dismal winter weather. Trail was very driveable and around every corner more flowers. Worth a trip and then pop to nearby Gladewater for a stroll around the antique shops and a bite of lunch.
Written March 12, 2019
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Gary B
Sumner, Texas, United States11 contributions
Feb 2018
The trip to Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Garden was very relaxing. The cost for seeing the daffodils is reasonable (freewill offering) and a good meal at a restaurant on the way home is delightful.
Written November 6, 2018
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CrankyOldGuy
Arlington, TX390 contributions
Mar 2014 • Friends
Each year it seems we wait too late and fail to get to Gladewater before the spring flowers fade. This year was different and we went!. We called before traveling and made sure they were open. Once there we were greeted at the gate by Mrs Johnson, who is mentioned in the web site as having some history with the site.
The road was dirt but easy to travel. Places are available where you can get out of the car and walk through and enjoy the flowers. The old cabin and pond is like a picture.
Allow yourself some time. You will want to take your time and relax, There are many varieties of daffodils and some are opening as others are fading. Don't wait until the peak is over!
No fee but donations were welcomed.
Written March 12, 2014
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Totdoc
Nacogdoches, TX81 contributions
Feb 2014 • Friends
Helen Lee's Daffodil Garden near Gladewater, TX is a wonderful place from mid-February to mid-March. It is the result of a boxcar load of daffodils being planted on a beautiful farm in east Texas. We have gone many times over the years and have used it to photograph our grandchildren. It is a beautiful peaceful treasure.
Written March 6, 2014
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