Walks can be more enjoyable if you have a destination. Here are two. On the west side of the river, just north of Caesar Chavez Blvd. toward town, is a Texas Naturalist Wildscape Demonstration Garden. It has been there awhile, but with the good weather we’ve had, it is looking very good. It contains many native and adaptive plants that do well in San Antonio and South Texas. Many have tags giving the plant name and its growing habits. Take paper and pen because you may see something you want to add to your garden. The second destination is at 310 E. Arsenal between City St. and S. Main Ave. The home is a new addition to the neighborhood and the front garden is signed as a “Pollinator Habitat.” Here also the plants are native and drought tolerant with the added benefit of attracting visitors such as bees and hummingbirds.