Did you know that there are over 100 plant references in the Bible? In fact, there are enough plant references in the Bible to design a whole garden around them and that is exactly what Saralee Levin of Warsaw, Indiana and her like-minded cohorts decided to do.
They took what was once an eyesore and turned it into one of the most beautiful, rare, biblical themed gardens in America today.
As a matter of fact, the gardens are so gorgeous that travelers who are passing through Warsaw will want to make sure that they stop by no matter what their faith is.
Brief Description of the Gardens
“Warsaw Biblical Gardens” is ¾ acres of fragrant serenity and visual pleasure that has been divided up into several micro-gardens whose designs are based on biblical principles.
Some of the regions within the “Warsaw Biblical Gardens” include; “meadow”,” wet-dry brook”,” orchard”, “grape arbor”,” dessert”, “gathering place”, “forest”, and the “crop area.”
The flora and fauna within the garden’s regions are marked by plaques that contain spiritual quotations from both Bible testaments as well as botanical information and plant relevant bible stories.
Hours of Operation
The “Warsaw Biblical Gardens” maintains seasonal hours of operation. It is open daily from May 15th until September 15th during the hours of dawn until dusk.
Admission to “Warsaw Biblical Gardens” is free for those that would like a self-guided tour. Guided tours of the gardens are also available.
A guided tour with a plant guide book is $5 per person and a guided tour without the book is $2. The plant guide can also be purchased separately for $3 each.
Those that would like more information on things to do and see in Warsaw, Indiana should log onto the state’s tourism website.
Warsaw Biblical Gardens
Post Office Box 1223
Warsaw, IN 46581