Embrace the colors of spring in all their beauty at Dallas Arboretum’s stunning annual Dallas Blooms festival from this Saturday, February 25 through April 16.
Presented by Veritex Community Bank, the Southwest’s largest annual floral festival will feature the return of Gary Lee Price’s “Great Contributors” bronze sculpture collection.
“The spring festival showcases an explosion of color from 100 varieties of spring bulbs, 500,000 spring-blooming blossoms, thousands of azaleas, and hundreds of Japanese cherry trees” as well as “a variety of themed programming, demonstrations, and more” reads the Dallas Arboretum website.
Along with the 500,000 spring blooming bulbs, many new sculpted historical figures will be on show for the “Great Contributors” collection including Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, Mother Teresa, Joan of Arc, and returning favorite Albert Einstein.
There will be live music and entertainment, wine and beer pairings, children’s activities, book signings, cooking classes, and an array of special events throughout the six-week spring festival offering fun for all ages.A full calendar of upcoming events can be found here.
Admission is $20.00 per Adult, $16.00 per Senior (65+), and $12.00 per Child 2-12. Kids under 2 go free.
Though guests must choose an arrival time online from 9 am, they may stay all day up until the garden closes at 5 pm.
Tickets and more information can be found at www.dallasarboretum.org.
[Featured image from Instagram / @thedallasarboretum]