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A 52-acre display garden with driving and walking paths. In March, 300,000 jonquils bloom; enjoy 20 acres of azaleas in April; rhododendrons bloom the first two weeks of May.
Bring a lunch and your camera. All pets must be on a leash. No plants are for sale. No flower picking is allowed.
Open daylight hours only.
Set on 970 acres of lush, rolling hills and windswept meadows, Powell Gardens--Kansas City's botanical garden--offers breathtaking display gardens, interesting architecture, a nature trail and a year-round calendar of special events and classes for the entire family. Garden features include an Island Garden, Heartland Harvest Garden, which is the nation's largest edible landscape, Perennial Garden, a Rock and Waterfall Garden, a Wildflower Meadow, an indoor conservatory, ever-changing Terrace Gardens and native plantings.
Besides being a gardening enthusiast's dream, Powell Gardens offers unique contemporary architecture. The Marjorie Powell Allen Chapel, designed by architect Fay Jones, offers a quiet place for reflection and inspiration. Jones, a native of Arkansas and student of the master Frank Lloyd Wright, is famous for his Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs. In addition to the Chapel, he designed the Visitor Education Center and the Meadow Pavilion. All structures blend with the serene and natural surroundings of the Gardens.
The 18,000 square-foot Visitor Education Center houses Perennial Gifts gift shop, a cafe and classroom space, plus a glass-topped conservatory.
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