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National Public Gardens Day is for everyone who loves nature. The Botanic Garden marks the day with a special celebration that includes demonstrations, talks and giveaways.
Visitors can learn more about gardening, our environment, and how to grow plants and use water wisely. Special activities and demonstrations highlight the role that public gardens play in conservation and environmental stewardship in our communities.
Participate in activities including making koi kite and recycled notebooks, a community water color project and hands-on demonstrations. Bring your gardening questions too - horticulture staff will be onsite to talk with guests.
Enjoy complimentary admission to the Botanic Garden with a special coupon from the National Public Gardens Day website.
About National Public Gardens Day
National Public Gardens Day is presented by the non-profit American Public Gardens Association (APGA) in partnership with Rain Bird. Both are committed to celebrating the environmental stewardship of North America’s public gardens and their local, regional and national leadership in resourcing the nation’s conservation and environmental education needs.