I agree with another reviewer. The place should be free early in the season. We visited in the 3rd week of March, nothing much to see. It is however a nice garden and it's nice to just stroll along. There is a couple of flat trails that are good for a walk.
Even though we didn't see much, we did see a few flowers:
- Paint Brush (at the trail only)
- Blue Bonnet (mostly at the trail)
- Honey Suckle
- Coral Berry
- Pencil cactus (at the trail only)
- Blue-eye grass (at the trail only)
- others (see photos)
I think 2nd week of April onward would probably be a better time to visit. The flowers we see here in late March isn't something that we can't see outside the garden, by the highway, or parks.
Entrance fee: $9 per person (A bit expensive considering there were nothing much to see and only one cashier and one docent on duty. The gift shop was not even open)
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