The TAMU Horticulture Gardens consist of over 2,500 specimens in 30 different beds and planting areas. This collection is a valuable tool for teaching, research and extension activities. Habitats currently range from bog and wetlands to desert southwest. These planting areas allow for the study of adaptability of a wide range of plant materials to central Texas growing conditions. The walking path winds through the gardens for approximately one-eighth of a mile, with seating every 100 feet. Educational information is located throughout the garden focusing on gardening tips and techniques for the Brazos Valley.
Open: dawn to dusk.