Check here each month to find out which features of the State Botanical Garden are truly stunning.
As a Public Service and Outreach unit of the University of Georgia, the Botanical Garden provides the public of all ages and UGA faculty and students opportunities for recreation, events, research and learning through its natural areas, display gardens and building spaces. With your help, the Garden can continue to grow and provide unique experiences for everyone!
The contest provides an excellent means for teachers to introduce some of Georgia’s endangered plants and animals and reasons for their population decline, to their students. Any student in grades K-5 enrolled in a public, private or home school is eligible to participate. Artwork must portray Georgia nongame (not legally hunted, trapped or fished) wildlife and plants.
Don't forget! Zumba every Wednesday in the Visitor Center and Conservatory from 5:30 to 6:30.
Please join our Nature Ramblers and learn more about the natural areas, flora and fauna of the Garden while making new friends and enjoying the cool, fresh air. Sessions will start with an inspirational reading by a nature writer such as Annie Dillard, John Muir, or Janise Ray. This is a ramble not a hike; we will stop to view interesting plants, insects, butterflies, mushrooms, etc., along the way. Ramblers are encouraged to bring their own nature writings or favorite poems and essays to share with the group. Join us for one or all sessions; these informal rambles are free but donations are accepted in the Garden's donation box in the lobby of the Visitor Center.
Have you ever wanted to harvest honey from your own beehive?
Linda and James Hunt
Fruit and Vegitable Design