13428 Old Yale Road, Surrey BC (Holland Park)
About the Holland Gardens
Visit: Year Round
Time: Dawn till Dusk
Sit by the waterfall and enjoy the horticultural displays as you discover the urban beauty of the Holland gardens.
Although the park has had horticultural areas for a number of years, a major redevelopment took place in 2008 from which emerged the formal Holland Gardens, featuring tree lined promenades, water features and public art.
At the centre of the Holland Gardens is the blooming river which flows out from the central plaza towards King George Boulevard. The blooming river features a spectacular placement of floral planters on pedestals within the water.
To celebrate the revitalized park, the “Miss Holland” Dahlia was hybridized by Gordon Stach of Surrey and has been incorporated into several of the plantings. There are a number of pieces of public art in the park - several of which have a horticultural theme including a dahlia mosaic, 2 towering metal floral sculptures and pond lilies.
West of the central plaza a woodland garden frames an enclosed lawn area and is the perfect backdrop for wedding photos. The woodland garden was developed with the support of Terasen Gas and its staff. Recognizing the value trees bring to the environment, our communities and library collections, the Surrey Public Library Grove was installed in 2008.
Weddings and general inquiries
Holland Park is a great place to host a small intimate wedding ceremony. The well manicured gardens are the perfect setting for your special day. For more information on weddings here and other locations within Surrey, contact 604-501-5050.
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Photo Credit: Scarlet Black