Spring has sprung and we are well on our way to a scorching hot summer. With the changes in weather, the flowers are starting to bloom and our cameras are so ready for it. Getting out and enjoying nature doesn't have to cost you a dime either. You can frolic through the flowers at this beautiful botanical garden in Florida - and they offer free admission once a month.\nThe Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando is a spectacular 50-acre garden oasis. With the most dreamy floral backdrops for your Instagram photos, this place will fulfill all your floral dreams. Thankfully visiting the gardens is super affordable already, but once a month you can enter absolutely free - saving some strain on the ol' pocketbook.\nView this post on Instagram there is nothing left to worry about the sun and her flowers are here. -rupi kaur • • • • • #thesunandherflowers #harrypleugardens #leugardens #orlandomom #orlandoblogger #floridamom #fallinflorida #floridafall #momof4 #hotmama #igersorlando A post shared by Jeniece (@jeniecescorner) on Oct 7, 2018 at 1:55pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Something big is happening guys! Can’t wait to fill you guys in. . . . . . Heidi is joining the latte art competition at @palatecoffeebrewery !! Be like Heidi and join too at Palate’s instagram bio A post shared by Alejandro Gumera (@give_yourself_tacos) on Apr 17, 2019 at 9:15am PDT\nThe gardens offer free daytime admission on the first Monday of every month, making your day out easier on your wallet. This month's free admission day happens to be today, May 6th - if you're feeling stir crazy and looking for an impromptu adventure that won't break the bank, the Leu Gardens is the place to go.\nApril showers bring May flowers, and certain species are more likely to bless your sights during your peaceful stroll through their winding garden trails in May. You can expect to see roses, hibiscus, southern magnolia, royal poinciana, bananas, and gardenia lining the garden pathways. You may also see poinciana, cassia, coral trees, shell ginger, sugar palms, voodoo lilies, and crepe myrtles that are also known to flourish in the May season.\nView this post on Instagram 🌸✨If i had a flower for every time i thought of you , i could walk in my garden forever 🌸✨ • • • • 📸- @clara_kirkland • • • #orlando #florida #winterpark #winterparkflorida #harrypleugardens #roses #face #love #positivevibes #pink #happy #bestieday #look #lace #happy A post shared by Jill 🌊🌙🙃 (@panda1130) on Feb 4, 2019 at 1:48pm PST\nView this post on Instagram always looking at the bigger picture and forgetting how important the little things are :(: A post shared by Eliany Celeste, BSN, RN (@elieliphante) on Apr 28, 2019 at 12:22pm PDT\nIf you can't make it out today, that's okay; the gardens offer 1 free day every month on the first Monday of the month. The next free day will be on Monday, June 3rd, 2019. If you want to mark the full free day schedule down on your calendar, a list of all upcoming free days can be found on the visitor information page on their website.\nThe Harry P. Leu Gardens are located at 1920 North Forest Avenue, Orlando, FL and are open 9 am to 5 pm every day, with the last admissions being granted at 4:30. If you don't happen to make it on a free day, general admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children aged 4-17, or free for children 3 and under.\nFor more information about the Harry P. Leu Gardens, to see the full free day schedule, and other upcoming events, check out their website here.\nDisclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.