Native Habitat Gardens
Bumble Bee on Purple Coneflower. There are many pollinators in our gardens.
Bee Balm flowers are natural magnets for hummingbirds and butterflies.
Relax and enjoy the gardens on one of our benches.
Buttonbush is a flowering plant in the coffee family.
Black-eyed Susans are wildflowers that have become popular in home gardens.
Quarry Boardwalk leads around the edge of our gardens.
Our boardwalk is perfect for those seeking an easy stroll.
The Native Habitat Gardens at Flat Rock Brook are designed to provide habitats of diverse native plants selected to attract wildlife. The largest garden area is located in the quarry, which covers two acres of landscaping and seventeen different micro ecosystems, all with varying displays of wildflowers, grasses, shrubs and trees. Educational signage informs visitors about the gardens and provides inspiration for converting home gardens into an oasis for wildlife. Butterflies and other pollinators fill our gardens from late spring through early fall. Come stroll through the gardens, walk along Quarry Boardwalk, or relax on one of our benches in this magical space.Flat Rock Brook wishes to recognize generous contributions by SUEZ, The Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation, the Russell Family, the Nichols Family and Friends of Flat Rock Brook whose support made our Native Habitat Gardens possible.