Meet Sunny the Garden Cat

We have a variety of critters that call Green Bay Botanical Garden home. From birds to bugs to chipmunks, you’ll find numerous animals zipping in and out of sight as you stroll throughout the Garden on any given day. We’ve even had a hawk that found a perch in various trees around the parking lot […]

Enriching Future Garden Lovers

By Bailey Schmid, Marketing & Communications Intern At Green Bay Botanical Garden, the education of youth goes a long way. Children are our future, and therefore, we must nurture their interest and connection with nature! Our mission here at the Garden encourages us to create an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes our visitors, both […]

Guest Post: Vegetarian Cooking with 416

By Bridgett Lowery, 416 When I met my husband 18 years ago, he was a “meat and potatoes” guy. He still prefers a steak and baked potato to “vegetarian cooking”, so when he eats a meal and doesn’t miss the meat, I know it’s a great dish and something to make again! There are many […]

Putting Your Garden to Bed

By Mark Konlock, Director of Horticulture and Lindsay Hendricks, Assistant Director of Horticulture As many gardeners do after a long, hot and humid summer, we sit with anticipation for the first killing frost of the season. Yes, we are talking about the frost that will surely kill off the rest of the mosquito population! But […]

Daffadillions by the Millions

By Mark Konlock, Director of Horticulture, and Lindsay Hendricks, Assistant Director of Horticulture While many may think the official start of fall means busting out cozy, warm sweaters and sipping pumpkin spice lattes, here at Green Bay Botanical Garden it’s time to think of spring… our spring bulbs display, that is! Although we don’t have […]

Guest Post: Family Meal Planning with 416

By Bridgett Lowery, 416 As the warmth of summer turns to the crisp air of fall, I feel like a rhythm comes over our family. I hear from most families that “Back to School” means back to a routine. And while routines look different for every family, there is one question asked every night in […]

Reflection: Seeds to Snacks

By Maryssa Paulsen, Education Intern This summer was Green Bay Botanical Garden’s second time hosting Seeds to Snacks, a drop-in program that takes place on Thursday evenings in the Partnership Gardens prior to our Sanimax Concert Series. This program is an opportunity for guests to create a fresh garden snack from our weekly harvest. As the […]