Green Spring Gardens
Green Spring Gardens is a "must visit" for everyone in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. It's a year-round gold mine of information and inspiration for the home gardener. It's an outdoor classroom for children and their families to learn about plants and wildlife. It's also a museum, a national historic site that offers glimpses into a long, rich history with colonial origins.
Beautiful place to visit with an stunning wife and array of colors and plants. The children's garden has picnic tables, tree stumps for climbing, a chalkboard, and there are small watering cans the kids enjoy using. They can fill them up themselves from a rain barrel. The succulents are quite lovely as well. I particularly enjoy how many things are labeled so that I can learn some of the names of the new flowers and plants I like.
A hidden gem of a park quietly tucked away from a bustling urban intersection nearby, with quaint colonial brick house, manicured gardens, leafy trails and even a botanical playground for the kids, a wonderful, family_friendly environment.
Wonderful place to learn about plants,decorating your garden,raise some bees show off your art
Love all the flowers. The ponds and brook are beautiful as well.
Free admission. The gardens show off plants and varieties that are well adapted to Northern Virginia. A real gem of a park. Great place to relax.