Just on the border of Fayetteville and Springdale, there is a tranquil place with plenty of color.
Dozens of acres with several different styles of gardens make up the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks.
Gerald Klingaman, the Operations Director said, "You can think about it like a zoo, but instead of lions and tigers, we have plants. Consider us a real jewel for Northwest Arkansas.
The nonprofit offers an oasis of nature along with learning.
The nonprofit offers educational programs and an opportunity for people to get in touch with mother nature.
Klingaman said, "Garden styles and garden inspiration and education for adults along with kids. Especially children.
"There's always things to see and it's a wonderful place for kids. They learn a lot. Some of the kids have never been on a hike or been around here," said volunteer Gayle Howard.
Although tens of thousands visit each year, volunteers encourage others to come out and see the garden
Klingaman said, "We try to create beautiful scenes that change with the seasons so that's why you have to visit it more than once."