goGardenNow: Botanical Garden Events

Botanical gardens and arboreta play important roles in promoting environmental education, conservation of natural resources, and beautiful green spaces. Be sure to enjoy all they have to offer.  

Spring has come early for Gibbs Gardens with literally millions of daffodils filling the 50-plus acres dedicated to the flower full of beauty and sweet aroma that ushered in the opening day Saturday.The gardens typically open for the season in early March, but the date was moved up when early spring weather encouraged early blooms. (GA)

G invites all to meet the Botanical Garden’s flying jewels on a Butterfly Walk at the New Jersey State Botanical Garden on Sunday, Aug. 11, at 1 p.m. - See more at: http://westmilfordmessenger.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20130807/ENTERTAINMENT/130809971/Botanical-Garden-hosting-Butterfly-Walk-Sunday#sthash.Nlji50np.dpuf
NJBG invites all to meet the Botanical Garden’s flying jewels on a Butterfly Walk at the New Jersey State Botanical Garden on Sunday, Aug. 11, at 1 p.m. - See more at: http://westmilfordmessenger.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20130807/ENTERTAINMENT/130809971/Botanical-Garden-hosting-Butterfly-Walk-Sunday#sthash.Nlji50np.dpuf
The New York Botanical Garden is a great place to stop and smell the roses -- but if you can't smell them because you have a summer cold, head to the the garden's conservatory for the new exhibit "Wild Medicine" about plants that heal -- including camphor for that stuffy nose. - See more at: http://bronx.ny1.com/content/top_stories/186943/medicine-s-wild-roots-on-display-at-ny-botanical-garden#sthash.c1vBt5GH.dpuf

Good music for a good purpose begins at Naples Botanical Garden on Tuesday, Feb. 28, when the first of three award-winning pianists performs at Kapnick Hall for a new "Classical Pianists in the Garden" series. It continues into the next day, when Alzheimer's patients will come to the garden for a half-concert and discussion with those artists. (FL)

The Missouri Botanical Garden’s annual orchid show continues through March 6. Daily hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The orchid show offers visitors a once-a-year opportunity to see a rotating display of hundreds of orchids from the Garden’s expansive permanent living collection amid a tropical oasis inside the Orthwein Floral Display Hall. This year’s show celebrates “Vanilla.” A night viewing will be offered Thursday, March 9, from 6 to 9 p.m. For more information, call 314-577-5100 or go online to www.mobot.org. (MO)

Naples Botanical Garden is a 170-acre world-class garden paradise that features the plants and cultures of the tropics and subtropics between the latitudes of 26 degrees North and 26 degrees South including Brazil, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Florida. A hands-on interactive Children’s Garden along with 90 acres of beautifully restored natural habitats, walking trails and a Butterfly Garden offer educational entertainment and enjoyment for people of all ages. Now through April 23, enjoy Origami in the Garden.(FL)
These monumental sculptures created by artist Kevin Box tell the story of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding. The exhibition includes large-scale installations, gallery works, Box’s own compositions as well as collaborative works with his wife Jennifer and world-renowned origami artists Robert J. Lang, Te Jui Fu, and Micheal G. LaFosse. - See more at: https://www.naplesgarden.org/calendar/origami-in-the-garden/#sthash.eYJBpRzE.dpuf
This season, the Garden welcomes Origami in the Garden, on view daily from December 3, 2016 through April 23, 2017. This exhibit will be included with general Garden admission. - See more at: https://www.naplesgarden.org/calendar/origami-in-the-garden/#sthash.eYJBpRzE.dpuf
This season, the Garden welcomes Origami in the Garden, on view daily from December 3, 2016 through April 23, 2017. This exhibit will be included with general Garden admission. - See more at: https://www.naplesgarden.org/calendar/origami-in-the-garden/#sthash.eYJBpRzE.dpuf
This season, the Garden welcomes Origami in the Garden, on view daily from December 3, 2016 through April 23, 2017. This exhibit will be included with general Garden admission. - See more at: https://www.naplesgarden.org/calendar/origami-in-the-garden/#sthash.eYJBpRzE.dpuf
These beautiful objects have been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people in Europe, most recently in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and, and in the United states first in Spokane, Washington and now soon in New Orleans.
February 23, 2016 through May 1, 2016
In the New Orleans Botanical Garden in New Orleans City Park
- See more at: http://neworleanscitypark.com/botanical-garden/china-lights%20#sthash.NT71y6NB.dpuf

Join Steve Foltz, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens Director of Horticulture for one of the most informative and complete landscape series for home- owners in the region. If you are planning on garden renovation or a new installation in your landscape, these classes provide great insight on design, preparation and plant selection with emphasis on plants that do best in the Tri-state area. Classes will meet on February 15th, February 22nd, March 8th, March 15th, and March 22nd from 7PM-9PM. (OH)

Check out this event at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens, 6220 Old Lagrange Road, Crestwood, 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 22. Features an evening with traditional French cuisine, wine pairings and Yew Dell’s executive director Paul Cappiello sharing his experiences traveling through the gardens of southern France. Catered by Red Hog, Blue Dog’s new Artisan Butcher Shop & Restaurant. $80, $70 members. 502- 241-4788; yewdellgardens.org. (KY)

The Atlanta Botanical Garden this May could unveil a new 1.5-acre addition called Skyline Garden, the company in a press release announced Wednesday. Skyline Garden would not only offer the Garden's "best views" of the city but would also be visible from many of Midtown's green spaces, including neighboring Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Beltline, according to the announcement. (GA)

From May to October, San Antonio Botanical Garden highlights the Garden’s winged friends, especially monarch butterflies and hummingbirds. These winged wonders find sustenance for their life cycle here at the Garden, sensitizing all of us to the importance of habitat for those who “co-habit” with us. The Botanical Garden plays a significant role as an Official Monarch Waystation. San Antonio is the only Monarch Butterfly Champion City, taking the National Wildlife Federation Pledge in 2015 to increase pollinator habitat. (TX)

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