Azalea Residential Historic District, Tyler

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • We visited Mrs. Pryon's garden and she was walking the grounds while we were there. Despite the frozen weather in February her garden seemed to survive the destruction we saw around Tyler. She had...  more »
  • The Feb. freeze killed almost all the azalea blooms. Even so, walking thought this historic district was well worth it. Looking forward to returning in a "normal" bloom year.  more »
  • So beautiful! Getting to see all of the different colors of azaleas in people's nice homes & gardens was such a treat. We loved Pyron Garden, the gentleman that owned this home & garden allowed visitors to come walk through for free. It was absolutely stunning. Spring is definitely the time to be in Tyler for the Azalea Trail. This is a must see.
  • A visual treat. We enjoyed seeing all the azaleas and beautiful gardens. The variety of colors were wonderful. It's worth the time and it's free.

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