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Welcome to the only public garden in Southeast Texas.

Warren Loose Conservatory Closed for renovation,
Reopens April 24 & 25

Earth Day weekend Free to Public

Butterfly Release by Harbor Hospice at 1 PM Saturday April 24

Weddings fully booked through the end September 2010 Currently booking 2011

" take time to smell the flowers."

A small pond is home to ducks, turtles and Japanese Imperial koi, all of whom love to be fed - a special delight for visiting children. A large circular drive offers ample parking space for automobiles and tour buses.

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Sharon Odegar, Native Plant Society of Texas  

First Vice-President 
Bea Klages, Pine Cone Garden Club  

Second Vice-President 
Carolyn Hill, Hoe and Hope Garden Club  

Recording Secretary 
Mary Ellen Rinebold, Golden Triangle Bromeliad Society  

Corresponding Secretary 
Evelyn Stenius, Minglewood Garden Club

Randy Hammerling, Milady Garden Club

Polly Lyons, Mary Howell Garden Club
Bob D. Whitman, Golden Triangle Bromeliad Society

Beaumont Botanical Gardens
6088 Babe Zaharias Drive
Beaumont, TX 77705.
Phone: 409.842.3135
Fax: 409.840.6456

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