Tour The Gardens at Texas A&M University
After several years of dreams and visions, The Gardens at Texas A&M University are now a reality. They will be a wide-ranging collection of gardens spanning not only an impressive expanse of acreage, but also an impressive array of horticultural disciplines. When students and visitors come to The Gardens, they’ll see everything from delicate flowers to hearty crops and buzzing fauna to serene flora. This medley of spaces will be Aggies’ home for learning, entertaining, relaxing, studying and much more.
Construction has begun for Phase I, which includes:
Additional gardens will be added once Phase I is completed. More information on those can be found at gardens.tamu.edu/future-gardens.
The Gardens project encompasses approximately 40 acres north of Kimbrough Boulevard behind the Texas A&M AgriLife Complex. While the entire West Campus Greenway extends from the Horticultural/Forestry Sciences Building to the Bush Library property, the portion of the West Campus Greenway south of Kimbrough Boulevard is not currently included in the project.