The entire Garden (buildings and grounds) is temporarily closed from Wednesday, March 25 through 9 am on Friday, April 24 in accordance with Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers' Safer at Home order. All Garden events, classes and programs throughout the rest of March and April have been canceled. See updates below.
Green Bay Botanical Garden’s horticulture team shares noteworthy topics to keep you on-trend.
There’s no better way to know where your food comes from then by growing it yourself. We believe in eating clean, healthy vegetables and this year we’re committed to showing you how to grow your own with tips from our experts.View Tips from our Experts
It’s more important than ever to invite pollinators into your garden. Learn how to plant your own pollinator garden and watch some video tips from our experts.View Tips from our Experts
There’s no better way to know where your food comes from then by growing it yourself. We believe in eating clean, healthy vegetables and this year we’re committed to showing you how to grow your own with tips from our experts.
Lettuce crank up the volume on our cooking this summer and eat fresh! Beet the grocery store lines and grow your own veggies to have access to the freshest produce available. Don’t have room for a garden? Visit your local farmers market. Turnip the heat and cook with some new and exciting varieties you’ve never tried before. Cook loud. Be healthy. Eat fresh. Join the food movement!
Enjoy some of these delicious recipes from Chef Jonathan Bardzik on the National Garden Bureau website. Beets not your thing? Chef Bardzik also has a great recipe for Minestrone Pasta using All-America Selections winners. If you are craving more variety, Renee’s Garden also has many great recipes using vegetables available on their website. From arugula to zucchini, there’s something for everyone!View Article for Expert Tips
Follow us every month on Facebook for a live segment discussing insight for home gardeners on vegetable gardening. We encourage you to ask questions so we can answer real time and share tips with others.
Sourcing for seeds, garden layout and preparations.
Planting seeds, growing conditions, and starting indoors.
Seed hardening and preparing plants to move outdoors.
Nurture your green thumb by connecting with these garden clubs in northeast Wisconsin.
B.A.D. Buds (Bay Area Daylily Buds)
Brown County Beekeepers Association
Garden Club De Peres
Gardeners Club of Green Bay
Lady Bug Garden Club
Master Gardener Volunteers of Manitowoc County
NEW Orchid Society
NEW Rose Society
NEW Unit of Herb Society of America
Northern Gardeners of Wisconsin
Wild Ones® Natural Landscapers, Ltd.