The Texas SmartScape gardens at the Environmental Education Center is a learning environment that incorporates the site’s natural habitats and topography as an interactive, educational demonstration focused on drought-tolerant landscaping and water-efficient irrigation.
This garden showcases native and well-adapted plants for the North Texas area. Visitors learn how to conserve and preserve the health of water and soil. It features a meandering trail, artwork made of recycled materials and intimate areas perfect for conversation.
The garden is designed to provide color and visual interest throughout the year. Visitors are encouraged to return each season to observe the changes in the landscape.
Free and Open to the Public
The gardens are free and open to the public every day during daylight hours. This lovely outdoor setting can also be reserved for private events and business functions as part of a building rental. Rent the gardens for your event today.