ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Garden is open to MEMBERS ONLY from 9 am-5 pm daily through May 31. Garden grounds are open, but all buildings remain closed. See details below.

Calendar

Annual Events

Mar
27
Fri
CANCELED: Stitches & Stems @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Exhibit is Free; Regular Garden Admission for General Public
Mar 27 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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The health and safety of our guests, volunteers and staff is our highest priority. We are closely monitoring and evaluating the situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), including guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, to ensure we are taking the necessary measures to protect your health and well-being. In keeping with CDC guidelines on social distancing and out of concern for our community, all Garden events, classes and programs throughout the rest of March have been canceled.

This exhibit will feature fiber arts, embroidery work, demonstrations throughout both days and Make & Takes presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

The Ikenobo Ikebana Society, those who practice the Japanese art of flower arrangement, is no longer participating. Demonstrations scheduled for 11 am and 1 pm each day have been canceled.

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embroidered flower coasters

10 am – Embroidered Coaster ($3 cash only at the door) First 20 people!

2 pm – Silk Ribbon Bookmark ($5 cash only at the door) First 10 people!

Make & Takes presented by Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

If you’d like to explore the Garden, it’s free for members and regular Garden Admission for the general public.

Contact Us

For event information, contact Eileen Metzler, Director of Sales & Events, at 920.491.3691 ext. 103 or emetzler@gbbg.org.

Mar
28
Sat
CANCELED: Stitches & Stems @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Exhibit is Free; Regular Garden Admission for General Public
Mar 28 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

embroidered flowers

The health and safety of our guests, volunteers and staff is our highest priority. We are closely monitoring and evaluating the situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), including guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, to ensure we are taking the necessary measures to protect your health and well-being. In keeping with CDC guidelines on social distancing and out of concern for our community, all Garden events, classes and programs throughout the rest of March have been canceled.

This exhibit will feature fiber arts, embroidery work, demonstrations throughout both days and Make & Takes presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

The Ikenobo Ikebana Society, those who practice the Japanese art of flower arrangement, is no longer participating. Demonstrations scheduled for 11 am and 1 pm each day have been canceled.

embroidered flower bookmark

embroidered flower coasters

10 am – Silk Ribbon Bookmark ($5 cash only at the door) First 10 people!

2 pm – Embroidered Coaster ($3 cash only at the door) First 20 people!

Make & Takes presented by Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

If you’d like to explore the Garden, it’s free for members and regular Garden Admission for the general public.

Contact Us

For event information, contact Eileen Metzler, Director of Sales & Events, at 920.491.3691 ext. 103 or emetzler@gbbg.org.

May
1
Fri
TasteBud Online Raffle
May 1 @ 8:00 am – May 14 @ 8:00 pm

woman looking at plant basketsJOIN US FOR AN ONLINE RAFFLE OR DONATE TO HELP US CONTINUE TO CONNECT PLANTS AND PEOPLE!

May 1, 8 am–May 14, 8 pm

With the safety of our guests in mind, we will not be hosting TasteBud at the Garden this year. As an important part of our Garden family, we hope you’ll consider participating in our virtual raffle so that we can continue to connect people and plants during these uncertain times.

View and buy raffle tickets for items online.

More than 50 items featuring:

  • WPS Garden of Lights Room Rental from Green Bay Botanical Garden
  • Four Seasonal Floral Arrangements from Ginger Birch
  • Plants from David Austin Roses, Petal Pusher, Roots on 9th, Stone Silo Prairie Gardens, Meissner Landscape and Schroeder’s Flowers

We will also have getaway packages, garden art decor and more!

Event Details

 

Contact Us

For more information, contact Tessa Pellmann, our Special Events Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 ext. 121 or tpellmann@gbbg.org.

Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 1 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.

May
2
Sat
Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 2 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.

May
3
Sun
Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 3 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.

May
4
Mon
Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 4 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.

May
5
Tue
Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 5 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.

May
6
Wed
Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 6 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.

May
7
Thu
Virtual Exhibit: Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 7 @ 9:00 am

Spring FountainSpring’s splendor will take your breath away with more than 300,000 blooms!

This spring, we’re bringing these stunning views to you! Stay tuned to Facebook, Instagram and our website for the latest scenes of spring.

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, the festive red, white and yellow Twister™ tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend will be planted in alternating arcs. The Akebono tulips, a newer tulip that originates from Japan, will flourish in front of the Visitor Center. The Japanese word, akebono, roughly translates to bright sky at daybreak.

This year, we’ve switched up some of the suppliers we worked with to highlight some new tulip blends throughout the Garden. In front of the Schierl Wellhouse there will be red, white and pink Southpaw, Ace and Orthodox Stance tulip blends. A tulip blend called Slam Dunk will grace the area near the Kaftan Lusthaus. This blend will nicely coordinate with the butter color of the Lusthaus, a design tip we suggest you use in your own living space. Our new supplier also noticed that Wisconsinites love sports–big surprise!–so many of their tulip blends have sports related names. To top it all off they created a tulip called Green ‘N Gold! We planted this one in the entrance to the Van Den Wymelenberg Color and Foliage Garden.

Also, don’t forget that our magnolias, which are nationally recognized as part of the Magnolia Multisite Collection™, bloom around the same time as our spring display.

Mother Nature permitting, flowers bloom throughout May. Peak bloom is anticipated mid-May through the end of the month.