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Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes. In all seasons, the Garden offers a breathtaking escape filled with adventures for all ages in northeast Wisconsin.

The Garden encourages members of the media to contact our marketing and communications team at any time for help with arranging visits and tours, setting up interviews with our staff, developing story ideas and gathering photos for publication. We’re here to help!

Contact Us

Aubrey Brennan

Director of Marketing & Communications 
920.491.3691 ext. 101

Rachel Mueller

Marketing & Communications Coordinator
920.491.3691 ext. 123

Nature Nurtures Campaign

Announced Sept 22: Nature Nurtures Capital Campaign for a Children’s Garden Expansion

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Photos of the Garden and special events are available for use by publishers, authors and other members of the media on websites and in publications. Send photo requests to and we’ll respond as soon as possible.

Please remember to credit “Green Bay Botanical Garden” and the photographer which is noted in the download before the dot jpg (e.g. Caterpillar friends.Amenson Studio.jpg) if applicable, when using our images. We are happy to provide additional images and information as needed.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden Launches Capital Campaign to Raise Funds for Children’s Garden Expansion Project

Green Bay Botanical Garden recently announced the public launch of their new Nature Nurtures Capital Campaign to raise $11.5 million for a planned expansion of their Children’s Garden. Construction is slated to begin in early 2022 with a grand opening in spring 2023.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden Celebrates 25th Birthday with Free Day for Community & Nostalgia-Packed Evening Concert

Join us for the biggest celebration of the year! After 25 years of growth and success at Green Bay Botanical Garden, we invite the entire to community for a birthday bash on Saturday, September 25.

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Weekly Event Series Returns to Green Bay Botanical Garden This Summer

From June 9–August 25, Green Bay Botanical Garden invites you to experience a day filled with refreshing outdoor activities during BMO Harris Bank Getaway Wednesdays.

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Spring Flower Market Arrives at Green Bay Botanical Garden in Early June

After much consideration, the Garden has decided to host a Spring Flower Market instead of our annual Garden Fair! Plants carefully selected plants and grown by our Horticulture Team will be for sale along with a small number from local garden clubs.

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Music in the Garden: Green Bay Botanical Garden Summer Concert Series Return

Enjoy an entertaining lineup of performers from a variety of music genres while you soak up the beautiful scenery of Green Bay Botanical Garden this summer. Following the concert hiatus of 2020, visitors will once again be able to listen to live music while taking in the sights of the stunning Schneider Family Grand Garden.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden Hosts Online Auction This Spring

TasteBud, Green Bay Botanical Garden’s annual spring fundraiser, will take place as an online auction this May! With the safety of our guests in mind, the silent auction will not take place at the Garden this year.

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Downtown Lighting Up Green in Celebration of Green Bay Botanical Garden This Spring

The annual Spring Blooms display puts on a colorful show of more than 300,000 bulbs from approximately mid-April through May and is the largest spring display found throughout the state of Wisconsin. The City of Green Bay will light up the Walnut Street and Ray Nitschke bridges in downtown with green on Friday, May 7 to recognize the start of Go Public Garden Days and to celebrate the Garden’s 25th Anniversary this year.

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Change Comes in Waves! Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea Debuts at Green Bay Botanical Garden

Discover the connections between plastic waste and the wellbeing of marine life with Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, a traveling exhibit that features eight larger-than-life sculptures of animals made from trash and debris washed up from bodies of water.

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Pollinator-Themed Snow Sculpture Pop-Up Exhibit
Returns to Green Bay Botanical Garden

As the winter snow lingers into late February, visitors will once again get to admire the pollinators of spring and summer during our Polar Pollinator Pop-Up event at Green Bay Botanical Garden!

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Green Bay Botanical Garden Celebrates 25 Years

Green Bay Botanical Garden is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year! The Garden plans to commemorate this historic milestone with a year full of festivities, reminiscing about our past and looking ahead to the next 25 years and beyond.

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