2021 Garden Designs: Agnes Schneider Terrace, Magnolia Collection & More

By Janelle Fisher, Marketing & Communciations Intern Whether you visit the Green Bay Botanical Garden in spring, summer or fall, our horticulturists have been working hard to make sure there will be a beautiful assortment of plants and flowers for you to marvel at. This year, each garden space has been carefully planned to include […]

https://gbbg.org/2021/03/2021-garden-designs-magnolia-collection/

Legacy Gift Benefits & Ways to Give

Perennial Legacy Society Benefits Recognition in Garden materials, including our Annual Report Invitations to special events Updates on Garden programs and strategic plans Opportunity to schedule a private Garden tour Personal assistance with visits to the Garden An opportunity to be a part of the Garden’s story Advantages of a Legacy Gift Your estate may […]

https://gbbg.org/give/the-perennial-legacy-society/

2021 Garden Designs: Schierl South Terrace & Wellhouse

By Janelle Fisher, Marketing & Communications Intern Whether you visit the Green Bay Botanical Garden in spring, summer or fall, our horticulturists have been working hard to make sure there will be a beautiful assortment of plants and flowers for you to marvel at. This year, each garden space has been carefully planned to include […]

https://gbbg.org/2021/03/2021-garden-designs-schierl-south-terrace/

Garden Trends for 2021: What Does Garden Media Group Say About the Great Reset

By Rachel Mueller, Marketing & Communications Coordinator Each year, Garden Media Group puts together a Garden Trends Report for the upcoming year, which highlights major shifts and things to look for in the gardening, horticulture and nature areas of our life, especially those of us who work in these types of industries. With 2020 in […]

https://gbbg.org/2021/01/garden-trends-for-2021/

Garden Planning Tips from Ellen Ecker Ogden

By Linda Gustke, Education Manager As we plan our gardens for the upcoming season, purchasing seeds from a quality source is at the top of the To-Do list. For Ellen Ecker Ogden, the Garden’s Spring Thaw Symposium & Lecture presenter, finding the perfect bench solves the first step to perfect garden design. Her latest blog post, […]

https://gbbg.org/2017/01/3646/

Our History

Green Bay Botanical Garden started as a dream to create a community garden for everyone to enjoy and first welcomed visitors into its doors in 1996. Of the Garden’s 47 acres, 23.5 acres are developed with lush gardens, outstanding architecture and peaceful woods which set the stage for a horticultural adventure through plants that thrive in […]

https://gbbg.org/our-history/

5 Tips to Help You Start Your Native Garden

By Kate Miller, Horticulturist If you read our recent blog post on why incorporating native plants into your garden or landscape is so important, you’re ready to get some practical tips on how to plant native flowers, grasses, trees, shrubs, etc. Designing gardens and landscapes with native plants is a great step toward supporting your […]

https://gbbg.org/2019/04/5-tips-to-start-your-native-garden/

Children’s Garden Expansion Project

Stepping into a World of Fantasy Over the past year, we’ve been in the initial planning stages of our Children’s Garden Expansion Project. At this time, the Nielsen Children’s Garden, including the area by the Stumpf Hobbit House, is only a little larger than half an acre. With this planned expansion, the entirety of the Children’s Garden […]

https://gbbg.org/childrens-garden-expansion-project/

Enriching Future Garden Lovers

By Bailey Schmid, Marketing & Communications Intern At Green Bay Botanical Garden, the education of youth goes a long way. Children are our future, and therefore, we must nurture their interest and connection with nature! Our mission here at the Garden encourages us to create an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes our visitors, both […]

https://gbbg.org/2018/10/enriching-future-garden-lovers/

Why You Should Plant Natives in Your Garden

By Kate Miller, Horticulturist Even as snow remains on the ground and cold temperatures linger, many of us are thinking about the upcoming gardening season. Whether you’re planning a landscape or garden from scratch or looking to enhance an existing one, you’ll want to consider incorporating native plants. Natives not only add aesthetic beauty to […]

https://gbbg.org/2019/03/why-you-should-plant-natives-in-your-garden/