Harry P Leu Gardens will exhibit plant materials suitable for planting in Central Florida, where a variety of temperate to tropical plants can be grown and enjoyed.
Regardless of the season, Harry P Leu Gardens is full of vitality and beauty. Enjoy palm trees, cycads, flowers and trees. People who love azaleas, climbing plants, bromeliads and tropical philodendrons. Enjoy the beauty of the familiar annuals, roses and camellias. Why not take a stroll under the branches of camphor, elm and oak.
Customers with camera phones and QR readers can scan QR codes on many signs in the park to view plant harvest information. You can read the information by strolling through the Leu Gardens, or you can “tag” the site to read and print it later.
Lei’s house museum is a house rebuilt in the 19th century and is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. It was owned by four families before it was open to the public.
The ground floor of the Leu House Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 13:00, but is closed on Mondays and December 25th. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only 8 people can access the first floor at a time. Before entering the museum, you must put on a mask and perform a temperature check. Click here for the Leu House brochure.
Harry P Leu Gardens offers great tours to enrich the overall garden experience. We provide various tours, including adult self-guides, adult guides, school tours and scouts.