Last week I attended for the first time Houston’s annual Azalea Trail event. And my goodness was it nothing less than amazing! Since 1935 during peek azalea season people have roamed through a collection of Houston’s historical gardens and museums full of breathtaking inspiration and history.
My day exploring through nature on such a gorgeous day was the best tease ever for the upcoming spring season. Seriously the weather couldn’t have worked out any better. And considering rain has been very consistent before and after that day. I’d say I really lucked out. My ticket covered a tour of 7 locations; however due to time constraints I was only able to make 3 of the 7. The whole experience left a lasting impression that will bring me back for more in the years to come. Highly recommend!
Below are some photos from the trails and homes I browsed. Now I must warn you this post is a bit photo heavy. There was just so much garden goodness to show you guys I couldn’t help myself. I have also added a highlight in my Insta-stories section with varies video footage from the day incase feeling like you were there is appealing.
I had planned on bringing my Sony camera, but with the high chances of rain I chose not to. So all photos were taken from my iPhone.
Location: River Oaks Garden Club Forum of Civics
Location: Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens
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