By Michelle Ames
Gardens bring out the best of our imaginations, and in this beautiful English garden in south Fort Worth you can spend an afternoon exploring, pretending and just taking in the sights, sounds and smells.
Weston Gardens was built in the 1930’s and 1940’s and has been a place to spend quiet time in nature ever since. Part of the Weston Garden Center, the gardens are open to the public during store hours and free for those visiting to have a picnic or just stroll through the historic grounds. The gardens can be rented for gardens and parties, and while the historic buildings are not open to the public, they can be reserved as well.
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