Cheekwood in Bloom brings a splash of color to the West Nashville area to herald the coming of spring. The floral showcase takes place from March 22 - April 27 at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens in Belle Meade.
Waves of color begin to emerge across the Cheekwood grounds with the warmer weather. First, hyacinths, daffodils, and magnolias appear that soon give way to iris, dogwoods, and viburnums. This year spring will deliver a massive dose of over 100,000 brightly colored tulips to the Cheekwood gardens.
Saturdays and Sundays bring special activities along with the spring blossoms, but the special attractions will be the daffodils, hellebores, crocus, snowdrops, cornelian cherry dogwood, Japanese flowering snowball trees, winter jasmine, redbud, and the tulips.
One Bellevue hiking group, HikeNashville, is planning an "Easy Walk at Cheekwood in Bloom Sat. Mar. 22" to enjoy the blooms.
Best Public Garden
Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art was recently named = as a finalist on the 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards list from USA Today Travel for “Best Public Garden.” Nashville residents, fans of Cheekwood, and garden lovers across the Southeast are encouraged to vote daily at www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-public-garden between now and March 31.
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