Calendar

Annual Events

Mar
25
Fri
Stitches & Stems @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free Event Admission. Regular admission into the Garden.
Mar 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

embroidered autumn trees

This exhibit will feature more than 200 fiber art and embroidery pieces created by and presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

Hand embroidered pieces and art quilts will fill the Schneider Education Center along with boutiques (small items for sale made by members), a silent auction featuring completed works to bid on to support their programs, and fabulous finds (rummage sale items), raffle baskets, raffle quilts, and other vendors.

Members will be present to answer questions during the exhibit.

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Contact Us

For more information, contact our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or info@gbbg.org.

Mar
26
Sat
Stitches & Stems @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free Event Admission. Regular admission into the Garden.
Mar 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

embroidered autumn trees

This exhibit will feature more than 200 fiber art and embroidery pieces created by and presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiderers’ Guild of America.

Hand embroidered pieces and art quilts will fill the Schneider Education Center along with boutiques (small items for sale made by members), a silent auction featuring completed works to bid on to support their programs, and fabulous finds (rummage sale items), raffle baskets, raffle quilts, and other vendors.

Members will be present to answer questions during the exhibit.

Please be aware that all programs, events, and policies are subject to change as the situation with the COVID–19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via email, Facebook, and our website.

Contact Us

For more information, contact our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or info@gbbg.org.

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

habitat exhibit

 

Habitats provide homes for all living things, from the tiniest ant to the tallest tree.

The exhibition Habitat explores the critical need for varied habitats, how interconnected and fragile they are, and what we can do to protect them.

View Exhibit Details

 

Self-Guided Daily Drop-In Activities | Available May 1-October 31

Scavenger Hunts | Anytime

Hunt for clues and discover plants and animals in the Garden. Come back each season for a new hunt and a chance to join our Habitat Hall of Fame!

Garden Discovery Boxes | Anytime

Explore boxes placed throughout the Garden with fun activities.

Ask the Expert | Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm

Bring your gardening questions for our Horticulture Team! Feel free to ask staff as you see them working in the Garden.

 

Habitat was developed by Smithsonian Gardens and is made available by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service Smithsonian Garden

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 1 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

May 1-31 (weather pending)

Fleurnace red and orange tulips

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

As you step out of your vehicle, the tulip blend Fleurnace™ will show off a blend of oranges and yellows that looks like a furnace on fire. Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted soft yellows and whites of the Lemony Remedy™ tulip blend.

This year, a variety of bulb mixes are planted around the Garden. As you step out onto the Agnes Schneider Terrace, the unique color combination found in Caddy (Fifth Blend) shows up as a maroon and peach double tulip with an underplanting of grape hyacinth. Punch Bowl™ hyacinth mix provides a splash of color by the Kaftan Lusthaus that is not only beautiful, but also fragrant.

Bouquet Beaucoup™, which is planted by the Concessions Building in the Schneider Family Grand Garden, makes us think about Mardi Gras, so come out for this spring party!

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

 

CONTACT US

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

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

habitat exhibit

 

Habitats provide homes for all living things, from the tiniest ant to the tallest tree.

The exhibition Habitat explores the critical need for varied habitats, how interconnected and fragile they are, and what we can do to protect them.

View Exhibit Details

 

Self-Guided Daily Drop-In Activities | Available May 1-October 31

Scavenger Hunts | Anytime

Hunt for clues and discover plants and animals in the Garden. Come back each season for a new hunt and a chance to join our Habitat Hall of Fame!

Garden Discovery Boxes | Anytime

Explore boxes placed throughout the Garden with fun activities.

Ask the Expert | Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm

Bring your gardening questions for our Horticulture Team! Feel free to ask staff as you see them working in the Garden.

 

Habitat was developed by Smithsonian Gardens and is made available by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service Smithsonian Garden

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 2 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

May 1-31 (weather pending)

Fleurnace red and orange tulips

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

As you step out of your vehicle, the tulip blend Fleurnace™ will show off a blend of oranges and yellows that looks like a furnace on fire. Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted soft yellows and whites of the Lemony Remedy™ tulip blend.

This year, a variety of bulb mixes are planted around the Garden. As you step out onto the Agnes Schneider Terrace, the unique color combination found in Caddy (Fifth Blend) shows up as a maroon and peach double tulip with an underplanting of grape hyacinth. Punch Bowl™ hyacinth mix provides a splash of color by the Kaftan Lusthaus that is not only beautiful, but also fragrant.

Bouquet Beaucoup™, which is planted by the Concessions Building in the Schneider Family Grand Garden, makes us think about Mardi Gras, so come out for this spring party!

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

 

CONTACT US

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

May
3
Tue
Habitat @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 3 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

habitat exhibit

 

Habitats provide homes for all living things, from the tiniest ant to the tallest tree.

The exhibition Habitat explores the critical need for varied habitats, how interconnected and fragile they are, and what we can do to protect them.

View Exhibit Details

 

Self-Guided Daily Drop-In Activities | Available May 1-October 31

Scavenger Hunts | Anytime

Hunt for clues and discover plants and animals in the Garden. Come back each season for a new hunt and a chance to join our Habitat Hall of Fame!

Garden Discovery Boxes | Anytime

Explore boxes placed throughout the Garden with fun activities.

Ask the Expert | Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm

Bring your gardening questions for our Horticulture Team! Feel free to ask staff as you see them working in the Garden.

 

Habitat was developed by Smithsonian Gardens and is made available by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service Smithsonian Garden

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 3 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

May 1-31 (weather pending)

Fleurnace red and orange tulips

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

As you step out of your vehicle, the tulip blend Fleurnace™ will show off a blend of oranges and yellows that looks like a furnace on fire. Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted soft yellows and whites of the Lemony Remedy™ tulip blend.

This year, a variety of bulb mixes are planted around the Garden. As you step out onto the Agnes Schneider Terrace, the unique color combination found in Caddy (Fifth Blend) shows up as a maroon and peach double tulip with an underplanting of grape hyacinth. Punch Bowl™ hyacinth mix provides a splash of color by the Kaftan Lusthaus that is not only beautiful, but also fragrant.

Bouquet Beaucoup™, which is planted by the Concessions Building in the Schneider Family Grand Garden, makes us think about Mardi Gras, so come out for this spring party!

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

 

CONTACT US

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

May
4
Wed
Habitat @ Green Bay Botanical Garden
Cost: Free/Garden Member; Garden Admission/General Public
May 4 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

habitat exhibit

 

Habitats provide homes for all living things, from the tiniest ant to the tallest tree.

The exhibition Habitat explores the critical need for varied habitats, how interconnected and fragile they are, and what we can do to protect them.

View Exhibit Details

 

Self-Guided Daily Drop-In Activities | Available May 1-October 31

Scavenger Hunts | Anytime

Hunt for clues and discover plants and animals in the Garden. Come back each season for a new hunt and a chance to join our Habitat Hall of Fame!

Garden Discovery Boxes | Anytime

Explore boxes placed throughout the Garden with fun activities.

Ask the Expert | Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm

Bring your gardening questions for our Horticulture Team! Feel free to ask staff as you see them working in the Garden.

 

Habitat was developed by Smithsonian Gardens and is made available by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service Smithsonian Garden

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 4 @ 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

May 1-31 (weather pending)

Fleurnace red and orange tulips

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

As you step out of your vehicle, the tulip blend Fleurnace™ will show off a blend of oranges and yellows that looks like a furnace on fire. Outside the Fischer Visitor Center, you’ll be greeted soft yellows and whites of the Lemony Remedy™ tulip blend.

This year, a variety of bulb mixes are planted around the Garden. As you step out onto the Agnes Schneider Terrace, the unique color combination found in Caddy (Fifth Blend) shows up as a maroon and peach double tulip with an underplanting of grape hyacinth. Punch Bowl™ hyacinth mix provides a splash of color by the Kaftan Lusthaus that is not only beautiful, but also fragrant.

Bouquet Beaucoup™, which is planted by the Concessions Building in the Schneider Family Grand Garden, makes us think about Mardi Gras, so come out for this spring party!

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

 

CONTACT US

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