Right on the METRORail line, just down the street from the Eastwood Park playground is Jenkins Garden. This is not a city park or a playground, but a patch of land turned into a pollinator garden and is for the public to enjoy.
The garden was developed with help of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Brazoria County Naturalists Society, to attract birds,butterflies and other insects. And if you want to plant a pollinator garden, you can find tips HERE!
I found street parking at the small dead-end street by the park and got to exploring.
The garden looked a lot like it was February, with the plants looking like it was winter. (I'm sure they will be back in full bloom in a couple months!)
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