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Imagine walking down a brick path, with white doves soaring overhead and butterflies dancing in the breeze, in a beautiful flower filled garden and the sound of a water falling in the background. Your friends and family are surrounding you on your way to meet the one you are going to spend the rest of your life with. You are in the Victorian Veranda Country Inn Wedding Garden to start a very happy ever after...

The Garden was created to provide an intimate setting for your wedding. Many flowers have been included that are a natural attractor of butterflies, their presence adds a magical touch to your already special occasion. Your vows are exchanged near the garden waterfall that creates a wonderful sound of water falling into the pond below.

The Wedding Garden

The wedding garden is surrounded by towering cottonwood trees providing shade for below. These trees provide a pleasant sound as their leaves move in the Kansas breeze.

Early in the spring the forsythia bushes provide a bright yellow splash of color; this is soon followed shortly by hundreds of white blooming irises.

The garden has a number of arbors and a pergola to provide an added dimension and also provide a support for many different climbing plants. Numerous hanging baskets allow the garden colors to be changed periodically plus adding another element of beauty.

The Victorian Veranda Wedding Garden is located just out the door of the Inn so you have only a few short steps to your very special moment. The Big White Barn for your reception likewise adjoins the garden - everything is very convenient.

The staff here at the Victorian Veranda Country Inn takes great pride in the wedding garden and is constantly working to keep the flowers beautiful and the grounds maintained.

The Patio Garden

The patio and patio garden area is a wonderful area for a informal gathering or other activities such as a rehearsal dinner.

The Monarch Garden

Monarch Garden Established

Our Monarch Garden this fall (2018) had many thousands of butterflies and a large percentage of them were Monarchs. It was so much fun and enjoyment to see them landing on the wildflowers and Zinnias in addition to floating in the garden with such grace and beauty. We had put out milkweed and planted a number of nectar providing plants. The wildflowers also provided wonderful settings for photos. Now it is our goal to receive the Monarch Flyway designation given by Monarch Watch program located at the University of Kansas. Application has been submitted. Bring your camera and come see us.

Photo credits:
Bailey Pianalto, Bailey Pianalto Photography, Sandra Wenger, Victorian Veranda Country Inn