Our Gardens. Our Home.
You will find many specialty gardens and plant collections that are woven together to create the Kansas State University Gardens.
Current plant collections included daylilies, iris and roses. Some future collections will be of peonies and hostas. Some of the plant collections are used as an element in the design of the specialty gardens. The daylily and iris collections are located in the Conservatory Garden, which is part of Phase II, North of the Historic Conservatory. The rose collection is located directly east of the Historic Conservatory.
Three specialty gardens are located in the Visitor Center Garden located south of the Historic Conservatory and west of the Visitor Center. These gardens are the Cottage, Butterfly and Native/Adaptive Plant Gardens.
Be a part of the future by helping develop the Alumni Garden, Campus Creek Garden, Conservatory Garden and Children's Garden.
Conservatory Garden-Collection Gardens
Give your senses a treat! Plan to stay a while and wander amongst a rainbow of colors in our Daylily, Iris, and Rose Collections! With future expansion, beautiful collections of conifers, hostas, and peonies will also be introduced.
Daylily Collection | The Iris Collection | The Rose Collection
Visitor Center Garden-Specialty Gardens
Discover the spectacular views and abundant plant life in the newly established Adaptive/Native Plant, Butterfly, and Cottage Gardens. Be a part of the future by helping develop the Alumni Garden, Campus Creek Garden, Conservatory Garden and Children's Garden.
With the large variety of our gardens, there isn't anyone who won't be able to find a comfortable spot! Whether you are a student doing your homework, or a visitor wandering about, there will be lots to see and enjoy in our many gardens.
Adaptive/Native | Butterfly | Cottage
Future Gardens and Master Plan
History of the KSU Gardens