Views of the Entrance from 2017 thorough today

Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park

May 15, 2019

One area where we have planted most of the plants is the small hill at the entrance.  When you look down the hill now, you can see daffodils in the spring.  Later in the spring, we have various types of hydrangeas, Anthony Waterer spirea, Oakleaf hydrangeas, various ferns, dogwoods, ajuga, and many other plants.

A botanical garden is a living museum that takes constant care and love.  Please consider a membership or donation and help us continue to grow.

January 25, 2017
November 3, 2017
November 3, 2017
Magnolia before the tree limb fell on it.
November 30, 2017
Irrigation installation looking down the hill
June 11, 2018
Tree limb fell and took the Magnolia tree
July 26, 2018
A little pinestraw makes all look better
October 25, 2018
Bear Exploration Center students picking up sticks before planting
November 20, 2018
More hydrangeas
November 20, 2018 Board members planting daffodil bulbs
March 5, 2019 Daffodils are blooming
March 29, 2019
daffodils and hydrangeas
May 15, 2018
Entrance is looking pretty
May 30, 2019
Dogwoods are planted
May 30, 2019
Beautiful picture of the hill at the entrance
November 20, 2018 Master Gardeners planting hydrangeas at the entrance

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