What’s New Let Love Bloom in Turtle Creek Park February 1 This Valentine’s Day, let love bloom in Turtle Creek Park by donating petunias in honor or memory of someone dear. More Info By: morgan 25 Sep: Fall Improvements in the Park Caring for Turtle Creek Park is a year-round task. Here are a few of improvements and fixes we’re working on this fall. Read More By: morgan 10 May: DISCOVER TURTLE CREEK SOUTH Between Hall Street and Bowen, you’ll find the south parcel of Turtle Creek Park. While the west side of the Park is landscaped and manicured and the east side... Read More By: morgan 25 Apr: PLAYING COURT RESTORATION IS COMPLETE The City of Dallas has completed the Playing Court restoration in 2016 on the east side of the Park! Read More By: morgan 19 Apr: NEW TREES NEAR TURTLE CREEK SPILLWAY We are delighted to announce that on April 10th two 8-foot caliper live oaks and a 20-foot bald cypress were installed near the Turtle Creek Spillway. Read More By: morgan 4 Apr: AN OASIS IN THE PANDEMIC Though the world we live in is bringing daily change and uncertainty, Dallasites remain resilient. In times of turmoil, the Park has remained... Read More By: tcc-admin 7 Jan: NEW NAME, NEW SIGNS Here’s the latest on signage coming with Turtle Creek Park’s new moniker that’s here to stay. Read More ← 1 2 3 4 5 → What's In Season Crape Myrtle Pruning Winter is the optimal time to thin branches to prevent drooping later and allow sun to pass through and encourage grass growth beneath. Top Dressing Azaleas Caring for the azaleas underground in winter promotes greater production of blooms each spring. Live Oak Care These evergreen trees shed leaves in March, and winter is the best time to prune them to prevent the spread of diseases like Oak Wilt.