In this, the Garden’s 20th year, we believe it is fitting to complete 2.5 acres of the Garden’s “backyard” with a Grand Garden— including an amphitheater for the performing arts and enveloped by plantings including a unique and treasured magnolia collection. We are seeking donors to support this $5 million endeavor, which will live on in both the beauty of the plants and structures, and the cultivation of the arts, culture and quality of life in our community.
Details: Wednesdays, June 8 – August 31 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June 8 through August 31 from 4-8...
Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. 2016 Concert Line-up June 30: Big Mouth & the Power Tool Horns July 7: Dead Wood Chop July 14: Greenhouse...Event Details
“The landscape of the Garden, now covered in lush vegetation, was once a bleak, forgotten, orchard dotted with telephone poles and power lines. Its transformation into the restful gathering place we know today came as a result of hard work and determination by a group of dedicated volunteers who came together through their love of horticulture and a desire to provide the community with a place for learning and enjoyment, for celebration, solace, and remembrance. The history of their mission to create a botanical garden for Northeastern Wisconsin is more than simply a record of the challenges and successes of this huge undertaking. It is a valuable example of how visionaries can bring seemingly impossible dreams to life through community outreach, partnerships and enduring effort.” (A Place for Everyone: The History of Green Bay Botanical Garden, Somerville, 2016, p.3)Learn More
Green Bay Botanical Garden is a 100% community supported non-profit that connects people with plants in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.Learn More