Kansas: Ward-Meade Botanical Garden
124 NW Fillmore St , Topeka, KS 66606
The Ward-Meade Botanical Garden, along with the adjacent "Old Prairie Town" encompasses 7.5 acres. The focus of the garden is to display many varieties of horticultural genera for garden visitors to view for potential use at their own homes. Conifers are placed throughout the garden with the main Conifer Garden area located at the main entrance. The garden contains a wide variety of specimen collections: Conifers, Daylilies (including National Display Garden status with the American Daylily Society), Hostas (including National Display Garden status with the American Hosta Society), Ferns, Myron Bigger Peonies, Succulents, Butterfly Way Station, Culinary Herbs, 30,000 Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinths, 20,000 cool and warm season Annuals, and hundreds of hardwood tree and shrub varieties. The garden also includes an Asian Garden, four streams, three Koi ponds, three dry stream beds, and many stone paths.