Turn your thumb green! Join Smithsonian Gardens’ horticulturists and friends for a series of free lunchtime webinars on gardening basics on Thursdays 12 to 1 p.m.
April 15 – Draper’s Dozen: Top Perennial Performers in Smithsonian Gardens
Presenter: Janet Draper, Horticulturist, Smithsonian Gardens
April 22 – Native Spring Ephemerals
Presenter: Amy Mawby, Education Manager at Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens
Explore Smithsonian Gardens’ collection of magnolias spread over 40 acres across the Smithsonian campus by following along with this virtual tour as you walk through our gardens or enjoy them at home online. This tour is just a starting point into the immense diversity of magnolias that cover the globe. At the beginning of each […]
Welcome to the verdant beds of Smithsonian Gardens, splashed with color and buzzing with activity. Morning walks along shady garden paths are calling. We would like to offer you virtual tours through our gardens and greenhouses.
Watch this webinar to learn more about exploring personal relationships with plants and celebrating garden communities during challenging times.
Smithsonian Gardens is open to the public. To view the status of the Smithsonian’s other museums and zoo visit si.edu/museums.
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Arbor Day 2021 is April 30. Are you looking for an interesting tree to plant for your Arbor Day? With tens of millions of visitors enjoying our gardens each year, one of the primary collecting goals for the Smithsonian Gardens Tree Collection includes displaying and interpreting trees that are underutilized, useful, and/or unique in our regional landscape. […]
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