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Resource Information


Family in Children's Gardening Patch.

Horticultural Links of Interest

View a list of websites that can provide information on various horticulture topics.

Herb Gardening

Biblical Herbs

Butterfly Garden

Culinary Herbs

Drinkable Herbs

Fairy Garden

Medicinal Herbs

Three Sisters Garden

Up & Coming Herbs

Seeds, Plants and Supplies

View a list of websites that can provide information on seeds, plants and supplies.

Hot Topics

Brown County Bee Keepers Association 

Research & Trialing

Horticultural research and trialing is done to determine specific characteristics such as yield, fruit size, flower color, etc., sustainability or suitability to a climate.

Earth-Kind Rose Trials

Gardening Clubs

Local gardening clubs are members of Green Bay Botanical Garden and hold meetings and events at the Garden. View a list of gardening clubs that are current members.

Solar Panels

More information about the NWTC Solar Flair Project (the PDF is large and will take a moment to load) or visit www.sunnyportal.com

NWTC Solar Flair Project Quick Facts

  • There are twenty eight solar modules in each panel (fifty six total), arranged in the shape of a “flower.” Each one is triangular in shape. 
  • Sunlight to just one of the modules for five minutes will provide all of the energy needed to run their motors to track the sun. 
  • 25% more energy is gained by having the panels track rather than be stationary. 
  • Each panel produces 50 volts DC at 20 amps. 
  • There are four zerk fittings per panel on the moving parts.
  • Summer vs Winter – silicone performs better when cold therefore more energy will be produced in the winter months. 
  • The modules produce 72 watts each (2,000 watts (2kW) collectively) at peak. 

Location

2600 Larsen Road
Green Bay, WI 54303

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Contact Us

Phone: (920) 490-9457
Toll Free: (877) 355-4224
Fax: (920) 490-9461
Email:  info@gbbg.org 


Garden Hours

April 1 - 30
Daily | 9 am - 5 pm

May 1 - 31
Daily | 9 am - 6 pm
*May 12 | 9 am - 5 pm

June 1 - 2 | CLOSED for Garden Fair set up

June 3 | CLOSED for Garden Fair set up until 4 pm

June 3-5 | View Garden Fair hours>>

June 6 - August 31*
Daily | 9 am - 8 pm
*June 14 | 9 am - 3 pm
*July 4 | 9 am - 6 pm


General Admission

GBBG Members - Free
Adults (ages 18+) - $9
Students (ages 13-17) - $7
Students (w/ school ID) - $7
Children (ages 3-12) - $5
Children (ages 2 & under) - Free
Seniors (62+), AAA Members, Military - $7
NWTC Students & Faculty - Free w/NWTC ID

**Prices may differ for special events.

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