4124 Roseway Road
Minneapolis, MN 55409
7:30 am-10 pm
Part of: Lyndale Park Gardens
Garden Brochure [PDF]
Additional Lyndale Park Garden volunteer opportunities: Men’s & Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis (MWGCM). Two teams from the MWGCM care for the mixed border & native gardens. For more information about the MWGCM visit their website at www.mwgcm.org
Peak Display Time: mid-June until frost. Spring bulbs and perennials begin their bloom in May.
Our 12 gardens offer inviting spaces to explore, relax, and learn about the environment.
In 1924, Louis Boeglin, the park board horticulturist, planted a large new garden of perennial and annual flowers on the northern edge of the park west from King’s Highway. The garden was 1,000-feet long and from four- to twenty-feet wide and contained 10,000 plants. Wirth noted that the new planting attracted an unusual amount of attention and thousands of visitors. That year Louis Boeglin also proposed a rock garden planted with Alpine plants to the west of the new garden stretching toward the lake. With the creation of the perennial garden Lyndale Park replaced the Armory Garden at The Parade as the premier garden in the city.
Park history compiled and written by David C. Smith.