Myrtle S. Holden Wildflower Garden

Where Ohio’s native plants call home.

The Myrtle S. Holden Wildflower Garden was established in 1968 through the generous donations of the Arthur S. Holden family in memory of Myrtle S. Holden, to commemorate her deep love of Ohio’s native wildflowers.

The garden was first used to display the many wildflowers found on our bio-diverse acreage, and has evolved into a showcase of Ohio’s native flora and a repository for the vanishing flora of the Great Lakes region.

These five acres include more than 400 native Ohio species, all displayed in representative habitat plantings modeled after significant plant communities found in Ohio.

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