It's that time of the year - rainy, but beautiful, especially because all of the flowers start to bloom. While there are many great gardens to visit during the season, there is one, in particular, you will want to add to your Spring bucket list.
From delicate brightly colored roses to the resilient natural Florida foliage, the Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando are nothing less than spectacular. According to the information on the garden's official website, the garden spans a whopping 50-acres and features exotic and native plant species - all of which are great for photo shoots.
While the garden in its entirety is impressive on its own, there are occasional events hosted here that will always keep your interest peaked. Currently, there is a Gnome Garden event going on until April 30, featuring the beloved garden ornaments surrounded by different foilage settings.
They have a movie night coming up on May 3, and a Jazz'n Blues concert this weekend, April 13. Unfortunately, due to storm damage by Hurricane Irma, the historic Leu House Museum is closed for restoration and repairs. At this time, they have not provided a reopen date.
Adult tickets to enter the park are $10 (except on free admission days, which you can see here) and it is open 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. every day, closed December 25. Last admission is at 4:30 p.m. The gardens are located at 1920 North Forest Avenue, Orlando.
You can see more about the garden or buy tickets online here.