Maryland March 07, 2016
Here Are The 10 Most Beautiful Gardens You’ll Ever See In Maryland
As warm weather approaches, soon trees and flowers will bud with pops of pastels. Maryland has some of the best places to view plant life, from unique topiaries to bushy wildflowers and ponds. Here are 10 of the most beautiful gardens in the Old Line State.
1. Ladew Topiary Gardens, Monkton
If you love all things quirky and fun, you'll love
Ladew Topiary Gardens.
With intricate statues, fountains, and creative topiaries, these gardens have it all.
2. Brookside Gardens, Wheaton
is another Maryland stunner. It boasts thousands of plants, flowers, and a seasonal butterfly garden.
3. Sherwood Gardens, Baltimore
in the springtime to witness their 80,000 paint-colored tulips.
4. Homestead Gardens, Davidsonville
According to their
, Homestead Gardens is not just a shopping trip, it's an experience. In fact, you could spend an entire afternoon exploring this large garden center.
5. Annemarie Sculpture Garden & Arts, Dowell
Annemarie Sculpture Gardens
for a truly unique experience. Discover all of the sculptures hidden throughout the charming wooded property.
6. William Paca Garden, Annapolis
William Paca Garden
is located in the heart of Annapolis. Take a stroll through the two acres of property for a sweet afternoon.
7. Historic London Town and Gardens, Edgewater
Towering trees, roses, daylilies, and much more can be found
. Perfect for a sweet-smelling summer day.
8. Greenstreet Gardens, Lothian
has a little bit of everything, including fun seasonal events and gardening workshops.
9. Willow Oak Flower and Herb Farm, Severn
Take a walk along the garden path at
to see their pond and gazebo. Flowers used for their floral arrangements are handpicked from the glorious garden.
10. Glyndon Gardens, Reisterstown
is a beautiful garden center and hearth shop. Make a trip to explore the multitudes of plant life and get ideas for your own pretty garden.
Consider adding a few of these places to your springtime list. Even those of us who don’t possess a green thumb can still find appreciation in the splendor of Maryland gardens.