Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, Texas

It’s been a while since I lasted posted anything so I thought i’d share one of our Autumn trips to the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. The gardens here are open all year round and have plenty to do and see. There’s plenty of trails around the grounds as well for those people looking to enjoy a good walk around. One of the main reasons we decided to come in the Autumn was to see the highly regarded Japanese Gardens at their autumnal best.

There’s a few large pools and trails around them in the Japanese Gardens. The views were very impressive though and it was good to see some Autumn colours here.
We came in the final week of November, on their website they list the best time to see fall colours at the Fort Worth Botanical garden was around thanksgiving / early December. Surprisingly it wasn’t too busy either and there was plenty of time and space to take some photos.
Quite a cool looking place to get married. Kudos to the people who keep the grounds in such pristine condition here.
Plenty of “wildlife” to enjoy here too, not sure what kind of caterpillars they are but cool nonetheless.
This fella was enjoying some sunbathing too, despite the fact it was November i’ve come to the realisation than Texas is never particularly cold.
There were plenty of flowers in bloom in the Autumn there. I’d like to go there in the Spring to compare with what we saw.

Published by matt93111

Howdy, my name’s Matt. I recently moved across the Atlantic from Britain to Dallas, Texas. On arrival I thought it would be fun to try something new and enter the world of photo blogging.

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