New Orleans City Park: Take a virtual tour of the New Orleans Botanical Garden

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The New Orleans Botanical Garden attracts visitors year round to experience 10 acres of lush greenery and striking sculptures.

The seeds for City Park’s beautiful garden were planted in the 1930s, and the Botanical Garden remains one of the few examples of public garden design from the Art Deco period.

Today, the natural escape features more than 2,000 plants from around the world.

Photo courtesy: New Orleans City Park

Over the years, the Botanical Garden has undergone dramatic improvements including the newest addition in 2019. City Park opened a large outdoor Kitchen in the Garden, a new culinary event space and hub for food education.

Even though the Botanical Garden is shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak, you can still virtually take a stroll through the garden.

Pair our video tour with this virtual tour offered by City Park and the map below for the ultimate at-home experience. City

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Welcome to the Williamsburg Botanical Garden

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Our mission is to enhance the life of residents and visitors by promoting beautiful gardens for the enjoyment of plants and the environment through year-round educational and recreational programs.  Enjoy highlights of 2019’s garden volunteers and events in our short video welcome.


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Our “Honor Box” area is stocked with an ever-changing assortment of pollinator-friendly native perennial plants to help create diverse and beneficial habitat for wildlife.  Most plants in the sale section are priced at only $5.  Just drop your cash or check in the “Honor Box Birdhouse”.

Honor Box Birdhouse Payment DropAll proceeds benefit the Williamsburg Botanical Garden.


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Although Williamsburg Botanical Garden is a Public Garden, Wedding Ceremonies of any size and Portrait Photography of any kind requires scheduling and a permit with fees paid thirty days prior to the event. For additional information refer to WilliamsburgBotanicalGarden.org or email us at

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Toledo Botanical Garden Metropark | Metroparks Toledo

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Toledo Botanical Garden is a museum for plants.

A museum for plants, Toledo Botanical Garden offers visitors the opportunity to share, discover and enjoy nature’s beauty. With more than 60 acres of display gardens and relevant plant collections, TBG is full of beauty, tranquility and opportunities for exploration and reflection.

Green thumbs come to the Garden to learn more about the varieties of annuals and perennials nestled within the various beds and look for ways to incorporate new ideas into their home landscapes. Art lovers are inspired by the Artisan Village, original sculptures located throughout the Garden and the annual Crosby Festival of the Arts. Music enthusiasts groove to the smooth sounds of local jazz performers during our summer concert series. And children become engaged in our natural world through educational, hands-on plant exploration and pioneer living activities.

There’s truly something for everyone at Toledo Botanical Garden. People of all

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Discounts to the Atlanta Botanical Garden

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Are you’re looking for discounts to Garden Lights, Holiday Nights?
click here for info on the 2019 light display.

I’m a member of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, but were I not, I’d take advantage of a deal to go, as there’s plenty to see & do.

On view through October 29, 2017, The Curious Garden exhibition features 11 site-specific installations by artist Adam Schwerner. Per the summary: “Bold, often unexpected, man-made and altered natural materials are employed to direct the eye to focus on the simple beauty of nature. In some cases, art objects are suspended, piquing the curiosity even more when forced to look up at the magnificence of tree canopies and brillant skies.”

To see The Curious Garden in a different light, head out for Cocktails in the Garden, happening on Thursday evenings through September 28, 2017. Admission to Cocktails in the Garden is free for members &

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Nitobe Memorial Garden – UBC Botanical Garden

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Welcome to Nitobe Memorial Garden, a traditional Japanese stroll garden and authentic tea house located at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

Nitobe Memorial Garden is considered one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside of Japan. “I am in Japan. ” These words were spoken by Emperor Akihito—as he walked through the garden.

Nitobe Memorial Garden celebrates the memory of Dr. Inazō Nitobe (1862-1933), a remarkable Japanese figure whose goal was “to become a bridge across the Pacific.” Throughout his life, Dr. Nitobe strove to promote a better understanding of Japanese culture in the West at a time when Japan was inconceivably foreign in the minds of most Westerners. Unfortunately, he died on October 15th 1933, in Victoria, British Columbia, en route to Japan following a conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations in Banff, Alberta.

Nitobe Memorial Garden was created as a memorial to Dr. Nitobe and his

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Shop & Garden Centre – UBC Botanical Garden

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Purple hellebore growing amongst ferns

Winter Bloom Sale

Date: Monday, February 10, 2020 – Saturday, February 15, 2020
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Location: Shop in the Garden, 6804 SW Marine Drive, Vancouver BC, V6T 1Z4

Drop by for our new arrivals in the shop and a selection of winter blooming plants/shrubs such as

hellebores, cyclamen, camellias and many more. A selection of indoor plants will also be available.

 

 

Nestled at the entrance to UBC Botanical Garden, the Shop in the Garden features unique treasures for gardeners and novices alike. The Shop in the Garden showcases a diverse selection of gardening and botanical books, handy garden tools and accessories, distinctive gifts and dried flower arrangements. The Garden Centre offers seasonal choice selections of perennials, small trees, shrubs and vines for the garden and patio.

The Shop in the Garden and Garden Centre is operated by the garden’s volunteers, the Friends of the UBC Botanical

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