Public Gardens in the Piedmont Triad
Paul J. Ciener Botanical Gardens: Kernersville, 15 gardens, including Perennial Border and Pattern Garden
Old Salem: Winston-Salem, living history museum with landscaping and gardens it's history
Reynolda Gardens: Winston-Salem, woodlands, fields, wetlands and formal gardens with walking trails, Reynolda House and Reynolda Village
Tanglewood: Clemmons, includes arboretum, rose garden and AIDS Memorial Garden
Bog Garden at Benjamin Park: Greensboro, raised boardwalk, numerous trails, lake and serenity falls
Gateway Gardens: Greensboro, interactive garden with childrens garden, frog bog, rain garden, maze, plant tunnel and more
Greensboro Arboretum: Greensboro, numerous trails and gardens including butterfly garden, gazebos, arbors and more
High Point University Arboretum & Botanical Gardens: High Point, includes herb garden, sculpture garden, butterfly garden, dogwood grove and more!
Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden: Greensboro, wedding garden and gazebo, woodland stream, sensory garden, wildflower trail, picnic area. Adjacent to David Caldwell Historic Park.