Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Garden
Daffodils are blooming and gates are now open if weather is good and road is dry! Check the phone line before travel to be sure the road is open because rain or wet ground will close the gates. Phone line can be found on the website page listed below. Also, we do not provide regular status including when the fields close, so be sure to call before you travel.
The garden opens once the daffodils are in bloom. The garden's ability to open depends upon road conditions - it is closed when the roads are wet. For Road Conditions and predicted blooming schedule, contact Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Gardens directly by phone or email provided on the website shown below.
Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Garden website has this to say: "Most people have never heard of it... yet those who have, believe it is a private paradise tucked away among the East Texas landscape. ..Millions of golden daffodils, scattered over approximately 28 acres, begin to bloom. Visitors can see all the beauty by traveling along a four-mile trail that meanders around two lakes, between wooded valleys, and around a replica pioneer log cabin. It is a sight that leaves visitors in absolute awe." Go to the website for a wealth of information about this treasure.
From the website: "The garden opens, depending on Mother Nature, around the middle of February and remains open through March or until the daffodils are no longer in bloom. The garden's ability to open depends upon road conditions - it is closed when the roads are wet.
For Road Conditions and predicted blooming schedule, contact Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Gardens directly by phone or email provided on their website.
When visiting please respect the beauty that is offered for your enjoyment. Please do not sit on, walk on or pick the daffodils. Please do not litter while you are here."
Last Updated: February 28, 2014