Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden welcomes the spring season with the amazing Dallas Blooms floral festival, the biggest such event in the state. The annual festival runs from late February to mid-April, showcasing over 100 varieties of spring flowers.
One of the main highlights of the festival is the tulip garden that features about 350,000 blooms. In addition to that, there are 150,000 other flowers: thousands of daffodils and azaleas, not to mention hundreds of Japanese sakuras and other blooming trees.
During the festival, Dallas Arboretum features three picture-perfect areas: daffodil and hyacinth displays at each entrance, a large American flag horticultural display, and America the Beautiful display in Jonsson Color Garden. The flower displays change every week as Dallas Blooms focuses on various regions in the United States. Blooming flower beds are complemented with food, music, tasting & cooking classes, kids' activities, and performances. Special events are planned for Easter, St. Patrick's Day, and other spring holidays. Don't miss the festival which was called by The Southern Living magazine one of the Best Places to See Stunning Spring Blooms Across the South.