D.D. and Velma Davis Education & Visitor Center
Weller Gallery, Friends Specialty at the Garden Café, John C. Melnick, M.D. Museum, Mill Creek Park Museum, Shop in the Gardens, Maxcine Antonucci Horticulture Library, Kidston and Tyler Classrooms, Daniel L. Rossi Auditorium.
Arseny Melnick Observation Tower
View Lake Glacier and the Gardens.
Cherry trees, potted plants and The Kneeling Girl fountain.
Watson White Garden
White flowering plants.
Seasonal displays of bulbs and annuals.
Plants which thrive in low light, natural and cultivated shade areas.
Seasonal Celebration Plaza
Sommer Fountain with benches for garden viewing in all directions.
Colorful perennials, bulbs and shrubs.
South Terrace and Kidston Pavilion
A unique setting for weddings and events. View of Lake Glacier is a favorite for photos.
Modern Rose Garden
Yew and boxwood hedges. Over 1,300 modern roses, hybrid tea, floribunda and grandiflora bloom between June & October.
Christina’s Garden Labyrinth
Experience the beauty of plants on a personal level.
English and Miniature Roses
Plantings in raised beds outlined by annuals.
Herb and Fragrance Garden
Spicy aroma of herbs and sweet scents in the raised bed.
A popular wedding venue surrounded by beds of old-fashioned roses, daylilies, iris and peonies.
Narcissus, Rhododendron and Woody Plant Collections
Daffodils, rhododendrons, azaleas, viburnums and native shrubs with attractive foliage, flowers and berries.
Exhibit area for art in a natural setting.
Ohio Woodland Garden
Native Ohio trees, shrubs and shade wildflowers.
Plants and a trail remain after harvesting stone over 100 years ago.
Stones from the area create seating for discussions and educational opportunities.
Blue-leaved hostas, blue-flowering annuals, perennials and bulbs.
Unusual conifers, gravel stairs.
An urban view of the city of Youngstown. Prominent structures that can be viewed include Youngstown State University’s Beeghly Stadium and Stambaugh Auditorium and St. Elizabeth’s Hospital.
Winter-blooming heaths and summer-blooming heathers.
Newest varieties of flowering annuals and vegetables.
Varieties include European beech and the stately American.
A gently sloping hill to complement the surrounding trees and colorful beds.
Seasonal Display Beds
Colorful bulbs in spring and vibrant annuals summer through mid-October.
A lush architectural feature lined with blooms from spring through fall.
Beautiful blooms of all sizes & colors.
Whimsical educational planting experiences for the young and young at heart. A showcase for honeybee hives.
Parking Lot Beds and Geothermal Fields
Low maintenance and drought resistant plantings. A geothermal field with 42 wells under the pavement that naturally heats and cools the Davis Center.