It’s almost time! Flowers and trees will begin to bud as spring approaches. These gardens near Annapolis are the perfect places to witness spring begin to bloom!
This two acre botanical sanctuary is nestled in the Annapolis Historic District. During the spring visitors are welcomed to tour the William Paca House and the surrounding grounds which make up the William Paca Garden. The Summerhouse, which serves as the focal point of the landscape, offers the perfect view of the Wilderness Garden and is a must see on your visit.
Located eight miles away from downtown Annapolis, the gardens at Historic London Town are breathtaking! Roam the eight acre Woodland Gardens along a trail teeming with native and exotic plants.
Spruce up your garden for spring at this Severn nursery. Explore the grounds and admire the botanical variety as you walk across Willow Oak’s themed gardens.
Not many are aware of this secret garden nestled between several government buildings in Annapolis. Named after a former first lady of Maryland, The Helen Avalynne Tawes Garden features plants from various geographic regions in Maryland.
Located in Downs Park on the Chesapeake Bay, Mother’s Garden is the hidden gem of Anne Arundel County. The enchanting garden is brimming with beautiful landscaping, lush greenery, and vibrant flowers.