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Peak bloom time should be the second week of April
**There may be detours due to road construction!** Please call before you come**
Home to one of the largest collections of azaleas in the midwest and located on the Gibson / Pike County border in southwestern Indiana, the Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens covers over 60 acres of land and includes more than 3,000 azaleas. The Azalea Path also features a large variety of unusual plants and native Indiana trees, two spring-fed lakes, a waterfall, a Koi pond and several unique chainsaw sculptures which complement the beautifully landscaped 3 miles of walking trails. The Azalea Path is home to 37 out of the 38 hybrids of Schroeder Azalea plus the complete collection of Buddy Lee Encore Azaleas.
1502 N. County Road 825 W
Hazleton, IN 47640