Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Cleveland Botanical Gardens
The Cleveland Botanical Gardens are the nation's oldest gardens. They were started in 1930, and cover over seven and a half acres.
The gardens include the Hershey's Children's Garden, which is the first public children's garden of Ohio. It features a tree house, cave, dwarf forest, and herb garden.
The Japanese garden features a dry cascade with ornamental grasses, evergreens, and rock forms.
The Mary Ann Sears Swetland rose garden is especially beautiful. It features over 50 varieties of roses.
The gardens are open Tuesday through Saturday from 10-5, and Sunday from 12-5.