Choose the state flower from the map below, click, print, read about the flower, and then color the state flower.
Use the Smithsonian Gardens’ guide to flower symbolism and coloring pages to create your own floral messages.
Learn more about how Protecting Habitats Protects Life
Learn how to stuff and grill a portobello mushroom
Smithsonian Gardens presents some ideas for using sustainable practices when bringing plants into your home.
We made these elementary school -style Valentine’s from images of plants in our Living Collection. Send them to your friends and loved ones, or print them out and leave them on their doorstop with a sweet treat for Valentine’s Day!
The orchids and trees featured on these Valentine’s Day cards are handsome plants included in the Smithsonian Gardens Tree and Orchid Collections. Although a few are not native, none are considered invasive species, and all are stunning additions to our gardens.
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.
StoryMaps are maps which tell stories! Through images, videos, and maps, we use StoryMaps to tell immersive stories of Smithsonian Gardens. So far, we have created beautiful tours through our flowering trees, guides, and are excited to keep creating more!