WI Posted in Wisconsin August 18, 2015 by Laura Here Are The 8 Most Beautiful Gardens You’ll Ever See In Wisconsin Wisconsin is not just all cornfields and cows. There are flowers hiding here–and some stunning ones, I might add. Here are eight beautiful gardens you want to check out: 1. Allen Centennial Gardens (Madison) kenneth casper/Flickr This 2.5 acre garden surrounds a Victorian Gothic home. There are 20 individual gardens. 2. Boerner Botanical Gardens (Milwaukee) Stephanie Clifford/Flickr Hope you brought your walking shoes. This is a 1,000 acre park. It features a stunning botanical garden. There are several gardens including the Annual Garden (walled), the Daylily Walk (awesome),and the Herb Garden (12 herb beds with over 300 types of herbs and over 7000 plants). 3. Green Bay Botanical Garden (Green Bay) Jessica/Flickr This garden is great for adults and kids alike, with a great area for the kids. Enjoy the two rose gardens. You will also appreciate the Scandinavian summer house. 4. Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum (Kenosha) Daniel Orth/Flickr This private nature sanctuary is a beautiful place to walk. There is a 12-acre arboretum, as well as three historic buildings and 2.5 miles of nature trails that wind through the Pike River Valley. 5. Memorial Park Arboretum (Appleton) Daniel M. Hendricks/Flickr There is both an arboretum and gardens here. The wildflower garden is gorgeous. There is also a Fragrance garden. 6. Olbrich Botanical Gardens (Madison) Amanda Landers/Flickr Located off of the shores of Lake Monona, there are 16 acres of gardens. There is a stream and a series of pools planted with aquatic plants. Enjoy a pyramid shaped tropical conservatory as well as a waterfall and free-flying birds. 7. Old World Wisconsin (Eagle) Anna/Flickr These gardens are sponsored by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. You will appreciate the 19th century heirloom gardens which decorate the restored homes. 8. Rotary Botanical Gardens (Janesville) Ms. Sticky/Flickr Stop by and enjoy 20 acres of gardens, including an English Cottage Garden and a formal sunken garden. Know of any other beautiful gardens in Wisconsin?