Cedar Park Gardening

Cedar Park Gardening

The season for Cedar Park Gardening is in full bloom. A cool and rainy spring is the best time to get plants established and do some yard work before the relentless heat starts.

Lucky for us, there are plenty of nearby options for Cedar Park Gardening. For nature lovers, Cedar Park offers plenty of parklands and green space to enjoy plants and wildlife without having a green thumb. But if you are looking for ways to get your hands dirty and grow some delicious food or spruce up your outdoor spaces, look no further than these Cedar Park Gardening centers and gardening resources.

Milburn Community Garden
1901 Sun Chase Blvd. in Cedar Park
The garden was built with the help of a number of volunteers and is created as a community-growing space for all individuals and families who live in and around Milburn Park. It is run with the intention of giving Milburn Park residents access to fresh, reasonably priced food by giving them a location to produce their own plants and food.

Milburn Community Garden

Veterans Memorial Community Garden
2525 West New Hope Drive in Cedar Park

Gardening Centers

Hill Country Water Gardens and Nursery

1407 N Bell Blvd #7085, Cedar Park
Locally owned, this garden center is a Cedar Park treasure. This garden center has a vast array of plants, fountains & statues plus landscaping help & seminars.

Hill Country Water Gardens Cedar Park

Calloways Nursery and Garden Center
Calloways is a new addition to Cedar Park and is now open at the corner of Little Elm and Bell Blvd.

Red Barn Garden Center

690 A N Bagdad Rd in Leander
Formerly located on Pond Springs Rd, Red Barn moved to Leander off Bagdad and 2243. This expansive garden center offers a wide variety of plants and trees.

Moon Valley replaced the old Red Barn location on Pond Springs and has expanded to another nearby location. They specialize in larger trees and shrubs. Their pricing includes delivery and planting.

Botanical Gardens

Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center
4801 La Crosse Ave, Austin
Worth the drive to south Austin, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is the perfect place to spend the morning strolling beautiful gardens and majestic oak tree lined prairie. This the the University of Texas at Austin’s state botanical garden and arboretum of Texas. The center features more than 900 species of native Texas plants in both garden and natural settings and is home to a breadth of educational programs and events. Become a member for early access to special event like their bi-annual native plant sale and special programs. Browse the gift shop for unique garden related gifts.

Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center

2220 Barton Springs Rd in Austin
This is a must visit Austin treasure. Located in Zilker Park, this oasis in the downtown Austin offers an escape the the hustle and bustle of downtown Austin. The parking lot is quite small, so if you go on the weekend you might want to park across the street and walk.

Mayfield Park & Nature Preserve
3505 W. 35th St. in Austin
We call this “the peacock park’ when referring where to go for a walk. This family favorite spot is like stepping into a fairy tale land of  towering palm trees, lush gardens and brilliant peacocks gathering around the ponds filled with fish and lily pads, all of which is surrounded by a rock wall. Enter the gate and be transformed to another world. There are also hiking trails around the back side of the property. Perfect for a short hike just to do something different. Bring a picnic too!

Mayfield Park Austin