Established in honor of Hershell Bell, agronomy and range management authority, the garden contains more than 350 specimens with 15 different species. Includes paths and picnic tables. At the intersection of F.M. 1424 and F.M. 1914 (Avenue K and Cleveland Street).
Features vintage farm equipment. Includes the 1910 Santa Fe depot. The first irrigation pumps developed by George Green (inventor, machinist and engineer) are displayed. Donations accepted. Open 1-5 p.m. daily, weather permitting. Drive-by views at other times. . One mile south on I-27, Exit 36.
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