8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas 75218

Dallas Blooms

Spring Festival

Dallas Blooms

Presented By

Dates

February 23 – April 7, 2019

About

“Life’s A Picnic”

Dallas Blooms is one of the largest floral festivals in the Southwest, with over a 100 varieties of spring-blooming bulbs exploding with color and 500,000 tulips, plus hundreds of thousands of other spring flowers that will dazzle you.

Life’s A Picnic features an extraordinary, larger-than-life, picnic scene topiary comprised of a stunning 40’x40’ picnic blanket, a vase of flowers, a picnic basket with pie and a giant picnic ant, sponsored by Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate.

It took two weeks to build and contains 7,500 violas and 14,900 pansies.

a 40-foot flower sculpture of a picnic basket and vase sits in a large lawn

See the beauty of Dallas Blooms

The Radford L. and Patricia Crocker Foundation presents Spring at the Arboretum

A Six Week Celebration Featuring:

  • 500,000 Tulips
  • Tasting & Cooking Classes
  • Live Music & Entertainment
  • Children’s Activities

  • Wine & Beer Pairings
  • Book Signings & Speakers
  • Easter Events
  • + More!

One of the Top 14 Places in the World to See Spring Flowers.

Upcoming Events at Dallas Blooms

  • Learn More about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
    More Details about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Thursday, June 20 at
  • Learn More about Cool Thursday Concert Series

    Located at Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn

    Cool Thursdays Concert Series
    Running March 28 – June 27 in the spring and September 5 – October 24, 2019 in fall, the Cool Thursdays Fall Concert Series brings lively bands to the only music venue overlooking White Rock Lake.
    More Details about Cool Thursday Concert Series

    Cool Thursday Concert Series

    Thursday, June 20 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, June 21 at
  • Learn More about BOGO Wednesdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Buy One Get One Free Admission at Ticket Booth.
    More Details about BOGO Wednesdays

    BOGO Wednesdays

    Wednesday, June 26 at
  • Learn More about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
    More Details about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Thursday, June 27 at
  • Learn More about Chef-Tastic Tulum Restaurant

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission Watch a demonstration from renowned chefs and restaurants as they take center stage in our demonstration kitchen.
    More Details about Chef-Tastic Tulum Restaurant

    Chef-Tastic Tulum Restaurant

    Thursday, June 27 at
  • Learn More about Cool Thursday Concert Series

    Located at Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn

    Cool Thursdays Concert Series
    Running March 28 – June 27 in the spring and September 5 – October 24, 2019 in fall, the Cool Thursdays Fall Concert Series brings lively bands to the only music venue overlooking White Rock Lake.
    More Details about Cool Thursday Concert Series

    Cool Thursday Concert Series

    Thursday, June 27 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, June 28 at
  • Learn More about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Located at Main Garden

    Free with paid garden admission –
    Our nation’s independence deserves a celebration two weekends in a row.

    Enjoy $2 hot dogs and root beer floats, complimentary beer samples from noon to 3 p.m., and some of Dallas’ best food trucks both weekends.

    June 29 and 30:

    Winner of the Excellence for Military Concert Bands, the 36th Infantry Division Band, makes a stop at the Dallas Arboretum on June 30. Enjoy our nations’ patriotic classics and some contemporary and jazz musical surprises.

    Franconia Brewing Company

    June 29, Noon-3pm

    Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Band

    June 29, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    Old Town Brewhouse

    June 30, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    36th Infantry Division Band

    June 30, Noon-2pm, A Tasteful Place

    July 4:

    Cherry Pie Demo and Sale by Emporium Pies

    July 4, 11am-Noon, A Tasteful Place Pavilion

    Pie Sale-Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    3 Nations Brewery

    July 4, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    Rushmore Band

    July 4, Noon-3pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    July 6 and 7:

    Bring a picnic to the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn on Saturday to enjoy a performance by Moving Colors from 2-4 p.m. On Sunday, recording artists from Houston, The Powell Brothers, take the stage from 2-4 p.m., bringing Country/Americana-style music to the Dallas Arboretum.

    Moving Colors
    July 6, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Powell Brothers (Americana/Country)
    July 7, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Rory Meyer’s Children’s Adventure Garden

    June 29- July 7

    Start the holiday off with a booming craft, catch story time with the nation’s bird, Eddie the Eagle, burst with knowledge at the July 4th Plant Lab, and then swim over to visit the patriotic OmniGlobe presentation. Celebrations all week long.

    Window to the Wild bird show returns to teach guests about Tonks, Athena and Fearnon at 10:30 a.m. at the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn. Watch Rushmore Band perform on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn from 2-4 p.m. to honor our nation’s birthday.
    More Details about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Saturday, June 29 at
  • Learn More about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Located at Main Garden

    Free with paid garden admission –
    Our nation’s independence deserves a celebration two weekends in a row.

    Enjoy $2 hot dogs and root beer floats, complimentary beer samples from noon to 3 p.m., and some of Dallas’ best food trucks both weekends.

    June 29 and 30:

    Winner of the Excellence for Military Concert Bands, the 36th Infantry Division Band, makes a stop at the Dallas Arboretum on June 30. Enjoy our nations’ patriotic classics and some contemporary and jazz musical surprises.

    Franconia Brewing Company

    June 29, Noon-3pm

    Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Band

    June 29, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    Old Town Brewhouse

    June 30, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    36th Infantry Division Band

    June 30, Noon-2pm, A Tasteful Place

    July 4:

    Cherry Pie Demo and Sale by Emporium Pies

    July 4, 11am-Noon, A Tasteful Place Pavilion

    Pie Sale-Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    3 Nations Brewery

    July 4, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    Rushmore Band

    July 4, Noon-3pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    July 6 and 7:

    Bring a picnic to the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn on Saturday to enjoy a performance by Moving Colors from 2-4 p.m. On Sunday, recording artists from Houston, The Powell Brothers, take the stage from 2-4 p.m., bringing Country/Americana-style music to the Dallas Arboretum.

    Moving Colors
    July 6, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Powell Brothers (Americana/Country)
    July 7, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Rory Meyer’s Children’s Adventure Garden

    June 29- July 7

    Start the holiday off with a booming craft, catch story time with the nation’s bird, Eddie the Eagle, burst with knowledge at the July 4th Plant Lab, and then swim over to visit the patriotic OmniGlobe presentation. Celebrations all week long.

    Window to the Wild bird show returns to teach guests about Tonks, Athena and Fearnon at 10:30 a.m. at the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn. Watch Rushmore Band perform on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn from 2-4 p.m. to honor our nation’s birthday.
    More Details about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Sunday, June 30 at
  • Learn More about BOGO Wednesdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Buy One Get One Free Admission at Ticket Booth.
    More Details about BOGO Wednesdays

    BOGO Wednesdays

    Wednesday, July 3 at
  • Learn More about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
    More Details about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Thursday, July 4 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, July 5 at
  • Learn More about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Located at Main Garden

    Free with paid garden admission –
    Our nation’s independence deserves a celebration two weekends in a row.

    Enjoy $2 hot dogs and root beer floats, complimentary beer samples from noon to 3 p.m., and some of Dallas’ best food trucks both weekends.

    June 29 and 30:

    Winner of the Excellence for Military Concert Bands, the 36th Infantry Division Band, makes a stop at the Dallas Arboretum on June 30. Enjoy our nations’ patriotic classics and some contemporary and jazz musical surprises.

    Franconia Brewing Company

    June 29, Noon-3pm

    Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Band

    June 29, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    Old Town Brewhouse

    June 30, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    36th Infantry Division Band

    June 30, Noon-2pm, A Tasteful Place

    July 4:

    Cherry Pie Demo and Sale by Emporium Pies

    July 4, 11am-Noon, A Tasteful Place Pavilion

    Pie Sale-Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    3 Nations Brewery

    July 4, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    Rushmore Band

    July 4, Noon-3pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    July 6 and 7:

    Bring a picnic to the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn on Saturday to enjoy a performance by Moving Colors from 2-4 p.m. On Sunday, recording artists from Houston, The Powell Brothers, take the stage from 2-4 p.m., bringing Country/Americana-style music to the Dallas Arboretum.

    Moving Colors
    July 6, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Powell Brothers (Americana/Country)
    July 7, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Rory Meyer’s Children’s Adventure Garden

    June 29- July 7

    Start the holiday off with a booming craft, catch story time with the nation’s bird, Eddie the Eagle, burst with knowledge at the July 4th Plant Lab, and then swim over to visit the patriotic OmniGlobe presentation. Celebrations all week long.

    Window to the Wild bird show returns to teach guests about Tonks, Athena and Fearnon at 10:30 a.m. at the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn. Watch Rushmore Band perform on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn from 2-4 p.m. to honor our nation’s birthday.
    More Details about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Saturday, July 6 at
  • Learn More about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Located at Main Garden

    Free with paid garden admission –
    Our nation’s independence deserves a celebration two weekends in a row.

    Enjoy $2 hot dogs and root beer floats, complimentary beer samples from noon to 3 p.m., and some of Dallas’ best food trucks both weekends.

    June 29 and 30:

    Winner of the Excellence for Military Concert Bands, the 36th Infantry Division Band, makes a stop at the Dallas Arboretum on June 30. Enjoy our nations’ patriotic classics and some contemporary and jazz musical surprises.

    Franconia Brewing Company

    June 29, Noon-3pm

    Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Band

    June 29, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    Old Town Brewhouse

    June 30, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    36th Infantry Division Band

    June 30, Noon-2pm, A Tasteful Place

    July 4:

    Cherry Pie Demo and Sale by Emporium Pies

    July 4, 11am-Noon, A Tasteful Place Pavilion

    Pie Sale-Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    3 Nations Brewery

    July 4, Noon-3pm, A Tasteful Place

    Rushmore Band

    July 4, Noon-3pm, Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn

    July 6 and 7:

    Bring a picnic to the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage & Lawn on Saturday to enjoy a performance by Moving Colors from 2-4 p.m. On Sunday, recording artists from Houston, The Powell Brothers, take the stage from 2-4 p.m., bringing Country/Americana-style music to the Dallas Arboretum.

    Moving Colors
    July 6, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Powell Brothers (Americana/Country)
    July 7, 2-4pm, Martin Rutchick Concert Stage & Lawn
    The Rory Meyer’s Children’s Adventure Garden

    June 29- July 7

    Start the holiday off with a booming craft, catch story time with the nation’s bird, Eddie the Eagle, burst with knowledge at the July 4th Plant Lab, and then swim over to visit the patriotic OmniGlobe presentation. Celebrations all week long.

    Window to the Wild bird show returns to teach guests about Tonks, Athena and Fearnon at 10:30 a.m. at the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn. Watch Rushmore Band perform on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn from 2-4 p.m. to honor our nation’s birthday.
    More Details about Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Two Weekends of Fourth of July Celebrations

    Sunday, July 7 at
  • Learn More about BOGO Wednesdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Buy One Get One Free Admission at Ticket Booth.
    More Details about BOGO Wednesdays

    BOGO Wednesdays

    Wednesday, July 10 at
  • Learn More about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
    More Details about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Thursday, July 11 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, July 12 at
  • Learn More about BOGO Wednesdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Buy One Get One Free Admission at Ticket Booth.
    More Details about BOGO Wednesdays

    BOGO Wednesdays

    Wednesday, July 17 at
  • Learn More about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
    More Details about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Thursday, July 18 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, July 19 at
  • Learn More about BOGO Wednesdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Buy One Get One Free Admission at Ticket Booth.
    More Details about BOGO Wednesdays

    BOGO Wednesdays

    Wednesday, July 24 at
  • Learn More about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Thursdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Seniors can enjoy $12 admission and a 20 percent discount at the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount is only available at the ticket booth.
    More Details about Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Discount: CC Young Senior Thursdays

    Thursday, July 25 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, July 26 at
  • Learn More about BOGO Wednesdays

    Located at Main Garden

    Buy One Get One Free Admission at Ticket Booth.
    More Details about BOGO Wednesdays

    BOGO Wednesdays

    Wednesday, July 31 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, August 2 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, August 9 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, August 16 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, August 23 at
  • Learn More about Frozen Fridays

    Located at A Tasteful Place

    Free with paid garden admission – Every Friday in June, July and August cool off with some fantastic frozen treats. June 7, July 5 & August 2 Yelibelly Chocolates; July 12 & August 9 Mr. Sugar Rush; June 21, July 19 & August 16 Pop Star Popsicles; June 28, July 26 & August 23 Steel City Pops
    More Details about Frozen Fridays

    Frozen Fridays

    Friday, August 30 at
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Event Overview during Dallas Blooms

Spring Bulb Sale

Do you walk through Dallas Blooms and wish that your garden looked just like ours?  The Dallas Arboretum is here to help by ordering tulips just like those in our garden which we obtain from Holland. By doing this, you can save because we will include orders received by our members and guests and add them with our larger order. The bulb company will even ship them directly to you in November, but they must be kept cool and planted after Thanksgiving. When you visit Dallas Blooms this festival, you can pick up an order form from the information booth and walk around and see the bulbs you would like and place your order either via the handout or online beginning February 23. You can reference the bloom you see to the sales sheets with pictures on it for pricing at our information booth or on our website. Let us help you make your garden look like ours in the future and be of assistance to you. 

BUY BULBS ONLINE from our Gift Shop

 

“Celebrate the Children,” an Exhibition Featuring Bronze Sculptures by Gary Lee Price

Gary Lee Price “Celebrate the Children” Summer Exhibit 

April 15-October 15

Join us for the opening of the new summer exhibit, “Celebrate the Children.” On April 15, Gary Lee Price will be in the garden to unveil his sculptures, do live demonstrations and give tours. For more details on the exhibit, visit DallasArboretum.org/GaryLeePrice. Look for information about the members-only talk with Gary Lee Price in your inbox in early spring and on the website.

Flower Power: A Meditative Walk in the Garden

Flower Power: A Meditative Walk in the Garden

A meditation walk in the garden by Patricia Dedman Nail, owner of 6-D Design and clinical psychotherapist who turned her passion for flowers into a transformational healing process.

  • April 26, 10:30am-12:00pm – Level 1
  • May 17, 10:30am-12:00pm – Level II (Participation in Level I is not required)

Price per session: $35 for Members, $45 for Non-members

Register for Flower Power, Level I

Register for Flower Power, Level II

Register for Both

In our busy, sped-up, computerized world of cell phones, emails, chatting, Instagram, and video chat, our body has not caught up with the immediacy of new technology. Just in the last 30 years, this trend, coupled with the “I must have this” culture and availability to buy or obtain something NOW, has caused havoc on the body, brain and spirit. We cannot digest all this information and stimulation coming at us and through us, and our bodies are in crisis mode, with digestive disorders, anxiety, and panic attacks just to name a few. People turn to medication and alcohol to manage this crisis.

How can we cope in this sped-up world? We must meditate instead of medicate! AKA “Healing in the garden”

Slow down and smell the flowers. Let the colors, textures, aromas and sounds mesmerize you into stillness, being present, refreshed and healed. Flowers and trees enjoy giving back to humanity for the simple pleasure of evoking stillness and beauty to anyone who stops to look and listen.

In this two-part series, Patricia Dedman Nail, owner of 6-D Design and clinical psychotherapist, will teach processes that can be learned and repeated, that guests can take with them and practice on their own, as a part of their daily routine at home, in their own garden, or at the Arboretum, to combat the stress we find around us daily. The class will be held in A Tasteful Place, followed by a healing meditative walk in the garden.

Guests can also register by phone at 214-515-6500.

Artscape

April 26-28

Artscape returns to Pecan Grove with over 90 juried artists, food, wine, beer and live entertainment performing on stage both Saturday and Sunday. We will have members only preview on Friday, April 26 evening, watch your inbox for details to reserve your spot. See the Artscape Page for more details.

Hoffman Family Gift Store

 

April 28- Jamie Purviance, Weber Grilling

Tastings

Demonstration Cooking with the Author: Jamie Purviance Author of Weber Grilling

April 28, 11:00am-1:00pm

11:00am-12:00pm, A Tasteful Place: Presentation

12:00-1:00pm, Hoffman Gift Shop: Book Signing

Join us for a demonstration and book signing from Jamie Purviance, a brand new released book with 100 all new recipes and over 1000 photos. Samplings will be available after the class, and books will be available for sale.

 

Demonstration Cooking with the Author: Elizabeth Minchilli, author of The Italian Table: Creating Festive Meals For Family and Friends

May date to be announced, 11:00am-12:00pm, A Tasteful Place

Free with paid garden admission

Join us for a demonstration and book signing with Elizabeth Minchilli. Samplings will be available after the class and books will be available for sale.

Mother’s Day Weekend

Mother’s Day Weekend at the Dallas Arboretum

May 11 & May 12

Celebrate Mom at the Dallas Arboretum. The first 100 moms to walk through the gates on Saturday and Sunday receive a beautiful, complimentary rose. Guests can enjoy live music, free wine and beer samples both days, and the Volunteer Advisory Board will be on site to take family photos. Pictures are available for purchase. 

Enjoy Mother’s Day brunch with seating’s at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in Rosine or Restaurant DeGolyer with our elaborate menu featuring multiple carving stations, extensive chef’s antipasto displays, and more. For reservations, call 214.515.6511 by May 10.  

Stop by the Hoffman Family Gift Store to get a copy of the new Dallas Arboretum Coffee Table Book. It makes the perfect gift for Mother’s Day! Purchase the hardcover for $42.98 or the paperback for $29.98.

Click here for more information.

Saturday, May 11
-Uncommon Wine (free samples)-Val Late Garden, Noon-3 p.m.
-3 Nations Brewery Co.-A Tasteful Place, Noon-3 p.m.

Live music: The Gibbonses-The Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn, 2-4 p.m.

Sunday, May 12
-Emporium Pies Ice Cream Truck-DeGolyer House Crossroads, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

-3 Nations Brewery Co. (free beer samples)-A Tasteful Place, Noon-3 p.m.
-William Chris Vineyards (free wine samples)- A Tasteful Place, Noon-3 p.m.
-White Rock Montessori- The Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn, 1 p.m.
-Sierra Leon band performance- Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn, 2-4 p.m.

Discounts

BOGO Wednesdays

Every Wednesday, 9:00am-5:00pm
Buy one, get one admission every Wednesday.

CC Young Senior Thursdays

Every Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm
Seniors 65 and older get in for $12 general garden admission on Thursdays and receive a 20% discount in the Hoffman Family Gift Store. Discount available at ticket booth only.

Bloom 2019 Sponsors

As one of North America’s finest display gardens, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is inspiring the beautification of North Texas and changing the world’s perception of Dallas.
• The gardens attracted 979,219 visitors in 2018; DABS has over 39,000 members;
• In 2018 almost 97% of paid visitors to the Arboretum were from within a 50 mile radius of the Dallas Arboretum;
• The Arboretum is consistently ranked as one of the top attractions in Dallas by TripAdvisor;
• Recognized around the world for our premier warm weather plant trials program, DABS’ research has expanded the palette of horticultural products available for use in North Texas

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A New Experience Each Week

As a member of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, experience unique seasonal events throughout the year and get access to members-only events.