July 4, 2014

A Walk Through the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Northwest Arkansas

We recently took a trip to Northwest Arkansas and visited the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. It was a beautiful, fragrant setting and I thought you might like to come along and see the sights and sounds in this video:


  1. Hey Reaganites, What a great tour. If Mrs. can"t fine the bottle Brush Buckeye, look for Giant fleece flower (Persicaria polymorpha) is an underused perennial that is a real showstopper in the garden. Quick to establish, within two to three years of planting it sends shoots up 5 feet. In late spring they will start bearing masses of creamy white flowers. Fleece flower continues to bloom profusely all summer, the flowers mellowing to a tawny tan in September. It"s not invasive and dies right back to the ground every winter. It also attracts butterfly's.
    ps How about a tour of Reaganite SR. garden

    1. Thanks Louise. I just did a tour of his garden in our recent Family July 4th video (Hint: it's in the middle of the video). You'll find the video down further on the main blog page or over on the YouTube channel ;-)