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Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park
Location: 411 Ball Street
Grapevine, TX 
Amenities: Community Park and Photo Shoots
ADA: Yes

The Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park was established in 2000. Phase I of the project included a loop walk, benches annual color planting areas, and the Great Lawn. Phase II was built in a natural bowl area behind the Bessie Mitchell Meeting Facility featuring a loop walkway that connects to the Phase I walkway, a garden court, performance stage, amphitheater seating, a gazebo, perennial beds, over 250 different species of plants, and an 8,500 gallon water garden complete with two bridges, waterfall, aquatic plants, koi, and goldfish and a 1,000-gallon pond. Phase III includes a central water feature in the great lawn, perimeter fencing, development of the east side of the property and an outdoor educational pavilion.

Request for Docent led tour and/or activity

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9.9 acres

Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
Young@Heart Gardening Series "Plant Sculpting"
Learn about ivy and how it can be trained into shapes. Make a custom trellis to start an ivy on its way up. Stroll the Garden, feed to Koi fish and check out this great class!
Ages: 55+
Young@Heart Gardening Series "Ball Moss Garden"
As we are approaching the spring season, we need more plants. Make your own personalized hanging garden, add plants and brighten a shady pot under a tree. Stroll the Garden, feed the Koi fish and check out this great class!
Class Code: 804200-03
Ages: 55+
Survive & Thrive Plant Sale
Join us at the Botanical gardens for the Grapevine Garden Club's annual spring plant sale! The sale features drought tolerant plants, heirloom perennials, and butterfly nectar and host plants appropriate for our area.
Young@Heart Gardening Series "No Wilt Zinnias"
Use pine cones to create a pleasing zinnia dish garden to take home, as well as learn about floral design. Stroll the Garden, feed to Koi fish and check out this great class!
Class Code: 804200-04
Ages: 55+
National Public Gardens Day
Celebrate the role public gardens play in the community. Stumble upon "stand alone" activities designed to foster education and stewardship!