The Garden is open to MEMBERS ONLY from 9 am-5 pm daily through May 31. Garden grounds are open, but all buildings remain closed. See details below.

Stay Planted

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Stuck at home right now? Running out of things to do with the kids? We’ve got what you need right here to stay planted during these stressful times!

See the Garden’s transition to spring with updates from our essential Horticulture Team, get plant tips for your living spaces from container gardens to spacious backyards, try new and easy nature-themed activities with your kids and plenty more!

Get weekly updates when you sign up for our e-newsletter:

orange cupped daffodils
PC: C Gleason

See Spring Blooms

Garden Scenes in Spring – Facebook Live Series

Miss the Garden’s spring blooms? Bathe in their beauty digital with our Facebook Live Series!

Search #ourgardensyourhome for spring inspiration from the Garden and other botanical gardens across the U.S, and remember to see What’s in Bloom for a look at popular plants popping up in the Garden.

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PC: Alex Verstoppen

Get Gardening Tips

Mondays with Mark Facebook Series

Join us on Facebook every Monday morning around 9:30-10 am for a series on gardening tips from Mark, Director of Horticulture.

Nielsen Children's Garden

Activities to Do

Nature-Themed Activities for Kids

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Nature-Themed Activities for Kids

Eastern Comma butterfly on orange PC John Oates Photography
PC: John Oates Photography

Read the Blog

Check out our blog for a wealth of information on plants, gardening pollinators and more, or discover gardening tips and trends our Horticulture Team recommends through our website.

Stay tuned for more gardening and nature-themed activities and how-to videos from our Education Team!

Other Resources

Here are some class instructors we typically work with throughout the year. Stayed updated on the educational content they’re providing virtually at this time:

Don’t forget to check out our local garden clubs, too!

How You Can Help

One of the easiest things you can do for the Garden right now is to buy a yearly membership, which start as low as $45 and come with a wide variety of perks, including free daily admission.

As an important part of our Garden family, we hope you’ll consider supporting us during these uncertain times so that we can continue to connect people and plants.