Mrs. Walsh's Garden


Walk along the winding footpath that leads to a quiet pond. Rest peacefully on a bench or explore the garden during any season and become inspired by the abundant colors of nature.

Mrs. Walsh's Garden exists as a source of pleasure, education and inspiration by demonstrating the use of plants native to Estes Park and the surrounding Rocky Mountain Region.

This beautiful garden is located at the west end of Elkhorn Avenue across from Performance Park. The garden is open daily from dawn to dusk, is wheelchair accessible and admission is free.


This week in Mrs. Walsh's Garden (June 13, 2019)

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False Solomon's Seal (Maianthemum stellatum). Also called Star Lily, this delicate spring wildflower is commonly found in rich, moist woodland soils and ravines throughout a wide range of elevations in Colorado (plains to subalpine). Maianthemum is derived from Latin (Maia) and Greek (anthemum) meaning "May Flower". Mrs. Walsh's Garden is located on West Elkhorn Avenue, across the street from Performance Park. Admission is free and it is open from dusk to dawn.