The Children’s Garden will be a first-class, outdoor classroom, connecting K-12 youth with agriculture, food production and natural sciences. The colorfully themed garden will feature play areas as well as educational areas.
Feed the World Plaza
The Feed the World Plaza will commemorate and memorialize the great agricultural breeders and innovators of Texas A&M. The Plaza will be a place to acknowledge and remember former, current and future A&M scientists.
Garden Learning Center
The Garden Learning Center within the Howdy Plaza is a climate-controlled training center that provides a venue for educational programs and social events. The Center will feature a fully-equipped training space.
Great Lawn and Floral Garden
The great lawn will be an open, grassy space that provides a quiet oasis near the middle of the Gardens. The floral garden will provide an array of beautiful colors in patterns and shapes that inspire awe.
The Gardens at Texas A&M University will recreate The Grove, the original outdoor venue of Aggieland. Plans for the new Grove include a lawn amphitheater, concessions area, restrooms, performance stage and a movie screen.
Post Oak Savannah
The Gardens will strive to restore and enhance the remaining Post Oak Savannah, shrubs, prairie grasses, and wildflowers on its property. Academic classes will use the Post Oak Savannah as an outdoor learning laboratory.
The Rose Garden will be nearly an acre and focus on the rose species and varieties adapted to Texas gardens. Hundreds of roses will create a picturesque display of soft, pastel-colored blooms throughout the year.
Interested in naming a future garden? Learn more about becoming a Benefactor here.