The Gardens at Texas A&M University is a 27-acre public teaching garden focused on expanding Texas A&M's research and outreach. In June 2018, completion of its first phase 7-acre Leach Teaching Gardens serve as an outdoor classroom where faculty and staff can teach students and the public about landscape beauty, food production, and the natural environment. The Gardens as a whole is meant to be a peaceful sanctuary on campus, a place where everyone at Texas A&M and in our community can relax, enjoy nature, and learn. A place where creativity sprouts, knowledge flourishes and Aggie roots run deep. A place for discovery - where we take research further and understanding wider. Where inspiration and spirit bloom.