Texas Discovery Gardens’ 7.5 acres offer a wonderful diversity of garden styles and botanical collections.
The Gardens feature native plants and plant species from other regions of the world that are adapted to the challenging climate and soils of North Texas. Plants are also selected for their benefits in providing habitat for native wildlife, including butterflies, bugs, and birds. The Gardens are maintained using sustainable methods that conserve water and help to protect the environment.
We are the first public garden in the state of Texas to be certified 100% organic by the Texas Organic Research Center.
Master Gardener's garden
This garden is maintained by volunteers. You can find great examples of how to garden with native and drought-tolerant plants.
This garden is full of plants mentioned by the Shakespeare in his plays and sonnets.
Did you know lamb's ear was used for centuries as an antibacterial bandage to dress wounds? Find the soft fuzzy-leaved plant in the Shakespeare Garden.
Native Butterfly Habitat
The perfect place to see native butterflies! This garden was designed with our winged friends in mind. You can see butterflies in all stages of their life cycle in this garden.