One of the best parts of the warm weather is all the pretty blooming flowers that come with it. With Houston being such a huge city, it can sometimes be hard to scout out the best places in town to see the spring flowers. However, there's an annual event in Houston that makes it easy and takes you to on the biggest garden trail in Houston!

There are so many cute gardens and garden-themed spots in Houston in the spring and one iconic annual event is the River Oaks Garden Club's Azalea Trail.

The event is going to be on March 7 and 8 and takes you on a tour of the prettiest home gardens in River Oaks.

You get to tour the mansions' lawns and gardens and this year there's even going to be live flower wall that you can take really IG-worthy pics at.

The tour will take you to four private mansions in River Oaks to walk through their meticulous gardens, the iconic Renzi's home garden, and end at the River Oaks Forum. 

Tickets to the trail are $30 and the event goes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. so you definitely get your money's worth.

All proceeds from the Trail go towards different charities such as the Alzheimer's Association, so you're supporting a good cause while also having a great time among the flowers.

The trail ends at the Forum where there will be garden experts you can talk to and ask questions about how to care for your own garden's (even if your garden consists of just a succulent on a windowsill).

At the end of the trail will also be a market by Urban Harvest, food trucks and refreshments throughout the trail, and the live flower wall that's perfect for photos.

The Azalea Trail

Price: $30

When: March 7 and 8

Address: 2503 Westheimer Rd., Houston, Tx

Why You Need To Go: It's the best way to see the most immaculate gardens in Houston and to enjoy a sunny day outdoors.


 

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