Peckerwood Garden is one of America’s most remarkable garden environments, an award-winning, beautiful space that is also a living laboratory to learn about rare and unusual plants. Located at the convergence of three climatic zones, it features a collection of more than 3,000 plants from Mexico, Asia, and the United States, many of which are no longer found in the wild. The garden has been a testing ground for plants that are beautiful as well as durable under demanding growing conditions and therefore suitable for communities throughout the region as we respond to climate change.
Peckerwood Garden — A Natural Treasure
Second Annual Taking Root Luncheon a Success.
The Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation celebrated the 2015 season with its second annual “Taking Root” luncheon, held on October 15th at the Bayou Club in Houston. Read more