Area Public Gardens & Nature Centers
Where to see plants that thrive in Hill Country gardens


Hill Country Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden
Kerr County Agrilife Extension Office
3675 Hwy 27 East in Kerrville, Texas
Shrubs, perennials, ornamental and turf grasses, including many natives
Designed & maintained by the Hill Country Master Gardeners

Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library
505 Water Street in Kerrville, Texas
Cacti and succulents garden and native plant garden

Hunt Preservation Society Park
Highway 39 at 1340 in Hunt, Texas
Native Trees

Kerrville-Schreiner City Park Butterfly Garden
2385 Bandera Highway, Kerrville
Admission Fee    Natives of Texas
4256 Medina Hwy in Kerrville, Texas
Native plant demonstration garden at
commercial nursery

Riverside Nature Center
150 Francisco Lemos in Kerrville, Texas
Native trees, shrubs, and plants including wildflowers


Bandera Helping Hand Center
1116 12th Street in Bandera, Texas
Native plant garden — a previous project of the Hill Country Master Gardeners
Medina Garden Nursery
13417 State Hwy 16 North in Medina, Texas
Tel. 830-589-2771
Two-acre native plant demonstration garden
on the grounds of this commercial nursery


Fredericksburg Nature Center
Lady Bird Johnson Park
Hwy 16 South in Fredericksburg, Texas
Nature trails and butterfly garden    

Dr. John Lipe Demonstration Garden
Gillespie County Agriculture Building
1906 North Llano in Fredericksburg, Texas
Garden featuring native plants
Good Samaritan Center
140 Industrial Loop in Fredericksburg, Texas
Demonstration garden — a project of the Hill Country Master Gardeners

Pioneer Museum
309 West Main in Fredericksburg, Texas
Demonstration garden with native plants
Admission fee is required for the museum
but visitors may see garden only at no charge