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Ohe·Láku Among the Cornstalks: A Legacy of White Corn

The corn season is an exciting time; it tells of coming autumn breezes, corn mazes, and pumpkin picking. For Laura Manthe and other members of the Oneida Nation, the corn harvest is an important cultural tradition and a symbol of community resilience. The Oneida Nation are a part of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy. They’re […]

Meet New Members of Our Garden Team: Summer Edition

Summer means lots happening at the Garden, including bringing on new team members and seasonal staff! Read on to meet new (and some returning!) members of our Garden Team: Education Sara Rabas Community Education Specialist What field are you coming from? I recently completed my 31st year of teaching public education at the Kewaunee School […]

Nature-Inspired Gifts for the Holiday Season

Looking for gifts for the loved ones in your life or even yourself? Consider one-of-a-kind, long-lasting gifts that are good for the local environment too! Let’s check out what’s available at our WPS Trellis Gift Shop for your holiday shopping this year. For the Book Lovers We all have a loved one that enjoys reading […]

The Garden’s Partners & Volunteers of the Year

Every year we take a moment to recognize the partners and volunteers who have helped make the Garden so successful and impactful, specifically over the last 12 months. From the businesses, organizations, and clubs in our community that support us to the individuals that dedicate their time and talents out in the Garden, during special […]

5 Ways to Make Your Visit a Breeze This Summer

The season of life is at the Garden once again! With spring blooms in almost full blossom and warm temps making their appearance this week, our minds are already looking to sun-filled days this summer. While we recommend reviewing our Plan Your Visit web page for tips on your next trek to the Garden, we […]

Humble Habitats: New Exhibit at the Garden

The central theme of Habitat is “Protecting Habitats Protects Life,” but how? Why should we care about these habitats around us? Simply put, a habitat is the natural environment of an organism – it’s where living things live. But habitats are anything but simple. Habitats provide the most basic needs for the beings that live […]

Garden Trends for 2022: From Crisis to Innovation

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-related areas of our life, especially those that work in these types of industries. The Great Reset of 2021 had people switching up their lifestyles, making choices related […]

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Sounds of Nashville on August 11

will be moved indoors with limited seating due to Friday’s weather forecast. Tickets are no longer available. We apologize for any inconvenience!

Saturday, September 30 | Garden Closed – Join us on Sunday, October 1 for our free Fall Family Festival!
September 28 | Vanderperren English Cottage Garden Closed