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Mercer Botanic Gardens, Humble

(4.7/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
An oasis of serenity and natural beauty along Cypress Creek, Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens is a horticultural masterpiece. These 300 acres of East Texas Piney Woods showcase the region’s largest collection of native and cultivated plants. A living museum, it is also home to a wealth of animal life. There is no fee for admission.

The Mercer Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit support organization, assists Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens by organizing and implementing activities that encourage membership support, expand community awareness, and raise funds for the continued enhancement of programs and collections.

The Mercer Society is administrator for this Facebook page. Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens is a Harris County Precinct 4 park with a park and arboretum on the west side of Aldine Westfield and the formal gardens on the east side of Aldine Westfield.
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  • Lots of care and beauty in the use of native plants that do well here and a nice mix of New variety ties this place calms your nerves soothes anxiety and brings you to center listen to the water  more »
  • Mercer Arboretum's gardens focus on plants and trees that grow well in the Houston area. It's always been a great place to visit, especially in early spring when the most beautiful flowers, plants, sh...  more »
  • Evidently, some flooding in May 2016 wiped out a very good portion of the gardens and only a very little remains. All of the back areas by the little lake are closed. Banana trees, palms and tropical ...  more »
  • It's safe for families to go take pictures of scenery. Kids can learn about herbs and odd plants very romantic ☺ for couples to walk or just plain reading a book relaxed. If its action you want there is a park across the street
  • Great for scenery. Great for hiking, Great for family day out. There are always lots of photographers here ready for work. It's very pretty . Bring your walking shoes and some water because it is very big. Mosquito repellent would be great. There used to be a cat here that would follow us around. Have not seen hm my last few visits. It is a nice place to have an outing.
  • Clean and lots of room to meander around the gardens. The plants are in nearly perfect condition due to hard work and dedication of the people who love plants. It's a very easy to navigate and see everything in a few hours. Go see this place if you are there.
  • This place is amazing to go see. I have zero complains about the facility it self. My complain is about the staff. Specially the lady who picks up the phone for reservations. She has no manners when it comes to costumer service, she does not make you feel welcome what so ever, very rude. I tried talking to them about my proposal to see if they could help me out with something, or add a little something to make it extra special and she pretty much told me to go look for another place. Too bad they don't make you feel welcome which is way I'm giving this review 1 star.
  • Very worth a visit at any time of the Year! Love the turtle pond with the bamboo forest.