This beautiful, soaring 9000 sq. ft. natural stone and steel beam structure overlooking the entrance pond is home to thousands of native butterflies, tadpoles, frogs, button quail, turtles and other critters. Waterfall, ponds, streams, lush vegetation and flowering plants invite … Continue reading →
Wind, Waves, and Light: Kinetic Sculptures American sculptor George Sherwood explores aesthetic systems of space, time, and the dynamic relationships of objects in motion. His work is usually made of stainless steel, the reflective qualities of which integrate the sculpture … Continue reading →
Scarecrows | Hay-bales | Sorghum Maze | Weekend Hayrides | Pumpkin Patch | Gilded Gourds The Scarecrow Trail is free with Garden Admission or Membership The Scarecrow Festival at the Garden is a favorite fall event. The popular Scarecrow Trail is visited … Continue reading →
Register Here “Build them and the fairies will come!” Join Director of the Wunderkind Institute of Nature Discovery and the author of the newly released book, Hairy, Scary, but Mostly Merry Fairies: Curing Nature-Deficit Disorder through Folklore, Imagination, and Creative … Continue reading →
Register for Sept. 10 – FULL | Tree List | Map | Introduction Presentation Register for Sept. 17 | Tree List | Map Register for Sept. 24 | Tree List | Map Register for Oct. 1 | Tree List | Map Register for … Continue reading →
Purchase Passes Here The Garden is “going to the dogs” like never before. The all new Fidos After Five invites the pooches to enjoy the Garden Monday – Thursday evenings 5 PM – dusk. Leash up Rover, pack a snack … Continue reading →
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