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Apr
21
Wed
Virtual: Be a Part of the Solution – Plant a Landscape That Makes a Difference (presented by Melinda Myers)
Cost: Free
Apr 21 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

In honor of Earth Day, join the Garden and nationally known garden expert, Melinda Myers, as we focus today and beyond on earth-friendly practices.

Plants and environmentally-friendly landscapes are one way individuals can make a difference in our changing climate. Using a diverse plant palette, planting natives whenever possible and appropriate, and keeping water where it falls – so it can be cleaned and filtered before entering the groundwater – are just a few of the strategies horticulturist, TV/radio host and author Melinda Myers will discuss. The focus will be on a comprehensive approach that can be phased in with strategies to fit various sized landscapes as well as those with time and/or budget restraints.

This talk will take place via Zoom and a recording will be available on Melinda’s website following the presentation.

Register Now

 

Melinda Myers’ presentation is sponsored by:

American Transmission Company       GrowSmart


Melinda Myers in orange shirt pruning flowersAbout Melinda Myers

Nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & columnist Melinda Myers has over 30 years of horticulture experience and has written over 20 gardening books, including Small Space Gardening, The Garden Book for Wisconsin, and the Midwest Gardener’s Handbook. She hosts the nationally-syndicated “Melinda’s Garden Moment” TV & radio program and The Great Courses “How to Grow Anything” DVD series. Myers is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms and writes a nationally syndicated garden column. Prior to her current media work, Melinda hosted “The Plant Doctor” radio show for over 20 years as well as seven seasons of “Great Lakes Gardener” on PBS. Myers has a master’s degree in horticulture and was a horticulture instructor with tenure. Myers was recently inducted into the national Association for Garden Communicators Hall of Fame. Her website, www.melindamyers.com, features hundreds of gardening videos, audio tips, monthly garden checklists and more.

May
1
Sat
Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 1 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission
May
2
Sun
Corporate Partner Employee Day @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
May 2 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Rekindle your love of nature with more than 47 acres of beautiful display gardens and natural areas. Spend time exploring breathtaking scenic views and our interactive exhibit, Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, from 9 am–8 pm.

Whether you’re hoping to spend some quality time with family and friends or simply want to relax outside for an afternoon, the Garden has the experience you’re searching for.

Your day includes:

  • Free admission for you and your immediate family (or friends)
  • $10 discount on membership purchases
  • 10% discount in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop

Contact Us

For more information, contact our Development & Membership Coordinator at 920.491.3691 ext. 105 or membership@gbbg.org.

Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 2 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission
May
3
Mon
Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 3 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission
May
4
Tue
Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 4 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission
May
5
Wed
Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 5 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission
May
6
Thu
Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 6 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission
May
7
Fri
Go Public Gardens Days @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Garden Admission/General Public; Free/Garden Member
May 7 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Join us for an entire week to celebrate National Public Gardens. The Garden is open daily from 9 am-8 pm. Admission is free for all visitors on Monday, May 10, 2021!

  • Explore the Garden with a scavenger hunt
  • Stop by to see our new summer exhibit, Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea (opens May 8!)
  • See our gorgeous spring blooms (weather dependent)
  • Save the date for TasteBud (virtual Tuesday, May 11-Thursday, May 13)

Follow us on Facebook for a chance to win tickets to our summer exhibit, Washed Ashore!

Contact Us

For more information, contact us at 920.490.9457 or info@gbbg.org.

 

Spring Blooms @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 7 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Yellowstone hyacinth flowerUPDATE: Due to warmer temperatures, most of our spring blooms are winding down for the season. Visit us in a few short weeks to see a spectacular array of summer blooms!

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

Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted by bright and fragrant Yellowstone hyacinths along with the Judy Beauty® tulip blend and Spring Loaded® daffodil blend.

This year, we’ve decided to highlight the bulb of the year (hyacinth) as part of the National Garden Bureau’s Year Of program. We also added two hyacinth blends, Dutch Delft Pottery and Berry Parfait, among the Bicycle Kick and Baseline tulip blends near the Meredith B. Rose Cottage and Stumpf Belvedere, respectively. There will also be a planting in front of the Schierl Wellhouse that celebrates our 25th Anniversary– the bulbs will grow into the shape of the number 25.

Of course, our collection of over 100 magnolias also blooms around the same time as our spring bulb display, so there will be blossoms in the sky as well as on the ground – they bloom around the first two weeks of May. Our thousands of spring flowering perennials, shrubs and other trees will be at the party as well. Spring is truly a glorious time to visit your botanical garden!

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

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

Hours & Daily Admission