24 Reviews
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Jo Mitchell Kinzie
· February 19, 2018
Amazingly beautiful. A peaceful pretty place. ����
Kj Raveling Grimmett
· September 6, 2017
Beautiful and well cared for! The butterflies were especially happy. Highly recommend stopping here for a visit.
Sara Broers
· July 11, 2017
What a gem in the midwest. The aroma in this park was out of this world! This is definitely worth taking a stroll through while in Abilene.
Kathy Wright
· July 29, 2017
Beautiful place, very well cared for. Planning my next trip there.
Sierra Coppock
· July 5, 2017
It is very beautiful. And we love the park. Very peaceful.
Mindy Andres
· June 27, 2017
What a gorgeous park! They have done an excellent job maintaining the gardens and facilities. Well done!
Kathy Welton
· May 6, 2015
The gardens the pst few years have been beautiful! I would recommend a visit . A " must see" for any visitor to Abilene, as well as those fortunate enough to frequent the gardens often!!
Angelia Rears
· May 14, 2017
Beautiful stroll in the gardens with my family. It is definitely a must in Abiliene, Kansas.
A.C. Wilson
· August 23, 2016
Definitely a treasure of Abilene. As the summer progresses, it is even more beautiful.
Beverly Hubin Cooper
· December 9, 2015
Perfect place to have a wedding.
Eileen McCurdy Marstall
· February 24, 2014
A lovely place to be in the afternoon!
Heidi Stohs
· February 17, 2014
Lovely place for an afternoon meditation.

Our second annual Garden Talk with Joy Class will be held Tue. April 3 from 6:00-8:00 PM. Class and registration held at the Community Center. Registration deadline: Friday, March 30, call 785-260 7266 to register. Cost $15.00.
Join us to learn tips to help you succeed with your garden. Take the guesswork out of what to plant, where to plant it and how to keep it blooming all season long. Question and answer time. Come Join The Fun. Door prizes and free gift drawings!

The magnolia is not blooming yet, but I am ready to THINK SPRING!


Even with the cold wind and snow yesterday, the daffodils and tulips are starting to come up. Things are busy in the greenhouse with tiny plants coming up. We have 3565 flowers planted so far. The last ones were petunias, cana's, salvia and vinca. Getting excited for another colorful summer.

The greenhouse is starting to get busy. We have 1400 baby Begonias, Pentas and Angelonias just coming up in our heat box. About 2500 Petunia and other seeds will be planted in February. Spring will be here before we know it! Think Spring!

Such a beautiful day to think spring, although it is January.
Seeds are purchased and organized and supplies will be here tomorrow. Planting will start next week in the Greenhouse!!

Even the park looked nice with a white Christmas.

The trees are finally changing at the park. I have been busy pulling up debris from the frozen flowers and planning for next year.

Some have asked what color cana bulbs are available. I have the ones on the banner above, large coral color flowers. They are 3-4' tall. Then the 5-6' Salmon Feather type. I also have some very tall Flambe'. They are green foliage with burgundy edging, with feather red blooms, I had them at the City Building.

Cana Bulbs free. I am digging them up today and tomorrow. Stop by the park or call, 200-0534, I will not hold them past this week.

A beautiful day to come to the park, before the freeze kills the flowers.

The restrooms in Eisenhower Park are closed due to a water main break. Public works has been notified and hopefully we will reopen the restrooms Monday, October 23.