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At Gardens Visitor, our goal is to help you discover the beauty of public gardens across the United States. There are more than a thousand public gardens in America, with the Southeast having the highest concentration of gardens due to the extended growing season and availability of water.

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Pitcher plants in Wilmington NC

Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Plant Garden

For an unparalleled immersion into the weird and wonderful world of carnivorous plants, this natural setting in Wilmington, North Carolina focuses on their delicate beauty.
Gazebo at Oak Hill

Oak Hill

Designed by landscape architect Robert Cridland, the gardens surrounding Martha Berry's home at Oak Hill range from formal garden rooms to woodlands ablaze in spring blossoms.
Kalmia Gardens

Kalmia Gardens

A beautiful blend of well-tended gardens and natural woodlands on a high bluff at Coker College, Kalmia Gardens provides both botanical and geologic surprises.
Woodland garden at Aldridge Botanical Gardens

Aldridge Botanical Gardens

With a parade of blooms for every season, Aldridge Botanical Gardens south of Birmingham features one of the top collections of hydrangeas in the Southeast, a legacy to the family that propagated and patented the Snowflake hydrangea.
Amarillo Botanical Gardens desert plants

Amarillo Botanical Gardens

An unexpected oasis in the dryness of the Texas Panhandle, the compact Amarillo Botanical Gardens are centered around a humid tropical conservatory.
Woodlands at Huntsville Botanical Gardens

Huntsville Botanical Garden

Home to the National Trillium Collection, this mosaic of woodland gardens and formal spaces provide a natural contrast to the adjoining NASA facilities in Alabama's own "Rocket City."