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Newsletter Archive

Explore our monthly newsletter archive for gardening advice, research notes, insights from adult education classes and fun activities you can enjoy with your family. And sign up today to receive the newsletter in your inbox once a month.

FWBG | BRIT 2024 Monthly Newsletter

April 2024 Newsletter

We’re counting down to the total solar eclipse on April 8–are you ready? This issue offers tips for both adults and kids to get the most out of this once-in-a-lifetime experience. You can also learn all about a new award to provide fresh produce to Union Gospel Mission and the expansion of our monthly forest bathing workshop. Plus, we’ve got a new landscaping crew arriving soon–of the four-legged variety.

March 2024 Newsletter

Welcome to the butterfly issue! This month we invite guests to explore the magical, marvelous world of Butterflies in the Garden. Prepare for your visit with our kid-friendly field guide, pick up tips on photographing these winged beauties and learn how important pollinators like butterflies are to our ecosystem–and our diet. Plus, learn how to bring butterflies to YOUR garden with our plants for pollinators guide.

February 2024 Newsletter

Spring 2024 promises to be immense, iridescent and iconic as the Garden welcomes Dinosaurs Around the World, Butterflies in the Garden and Seward Johnson Sculptures in the Garden. Plan to see them all! Also in this newsletter: summer camp registration opens, brighten your life with our Drawing in the Garden class, and journey to the Jurassic with our expert on ferns. Plus: 7 tips for growing roses.

January 2024 Newsletter

2024 will be a banner year for the Garden! This newsletter hits the highlights in all areas of the organization. Learn about the events and exhibitions that will be coming your way, including the return of Butterflies in the Garden, a visit from life-size animatronic dinosaurs and an entrancing outdoor art exhibit. Also in this issue, classes for kids and families, adult programs that will grow your mind, garden projects that will improve the guest experience and where to look for the research team in the coming year.

FWBG | BRIT 2023 Monthly Newsletter

December 2023 Newsletter

Lightscape is underway, bigger, better and brighter for 2023!  

November 2023 Newsletter

Lightscape returns to the Garden for 2023 with new exhibits, new experiences and new ways to save! 

October 2023 Newsletter

There’s so much to learn and do at the Garden this month. Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Fort Worth’s beloved Japanese Garden at the Fall Japanese Festival. 

September 2023 Newsletter

Join the Garden for ¡CelebramosA Celebration of Latin American Culture & Heritage , a campus-wide experience including events for children, families and adults. 

August 2023 Newsletter

The Garden invites guests to unfold the wonders of nature during the Texas premier of “FLORIGAMIINTHEGARDEN,” a six-month exhibit of sculptures inspired by Japanese art. 

July 2023 Newsletter

The Garden welcomes the Texas Plant Conservation Conference, bringing together scientists, academics, land owners and agencies who are working to protect the native plants of Texas. 

June 2023 Newsletter

The Beauty Bus is a big hit with guests, who are excited about a new option to get around the Garden in air-conditioned comfort. 

May 2023 Newsletter

The ground-breaking African sculpture exhibit ZimSculpt is now open at the Garden, with dramatic stone artworks on display throughout the grounds. 

April 2023 Newsletter

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Japanese Garden at the Spring Japanese Festival on April 22 and 23. 

March 2023 Newsletter

It’s all about orchids as the World of Orchids show continues in the Rainforest Conservatory. 

February 2023 Newsletter

World of Orchids opens this month, presenting stunning displays of these exquisite tropical beauties. 

January 2023 Newsletter

Dog Days has proven a howling success, and we’re excited to invite canines and their favorite humans to the Garden one weekend a month in 2023. 

FWBG | BRIT 2022 Monthly Newsletter

December 2022 Newsletter

Lightscape is dazzling guests with its immersive experience blending light and sound; read more about reactions from the community. 

November 2022 Newsletter

The Garden welcomes Lightscape, Fort Worth’s newest holiday tradition. Plan now to attend this magical, immersive experience of light and sound. 

October 2022 Newsletter

Celebrate fall in the Garden at the Fall Japanese Festival, presented in partnership with the Fort Worth Japanese Society. 

September 2022 Newsletter

The Garden’s festival in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, ¡Celebramos!, begins Sept. 15. 

August 2022 Newsletter

Explore the Garden’s water features this summer to stay cool despite the heat wave. 

July 2022 Newsletter

Keep cool and stay safe with our tips to beat the heat at the Garden this summer. 

June 2022 Newsletter

Concerts in the Garden returns, bringing music and magic to Fort Worth. 

May 2022 Newsletter

The ants invite you to a picnic! Enjoy the last month of David Rogers’ Big Bugs at a picnic at the Garden. 

April 2022 Newsletter

Learn about the restoration of the beloved Tea House in time for the Spring Japanese Festival. 

March 2022 Newsletter

Explore David Rogers’ Big Bugs, an exhibit of insect sculptures on a gigantic scale, running March 11 through June 12 at the Garden. 

February 2022 Newsletter

This month, the Garden welcomes back Butterflies in the Garden and begins a new tradition with Dog Days. 

January 2022 Newsletter

Welcome the new year by exploring upcoming events, exhibits and educational opportunities at the Garden. 

FWBG | BRIT 2021 Monthly Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate the season in this newsletter by making plans to attend the annual favorite, Holiday in the Garden. 

November 2021 Newsletter

Get ready for the Fall Japanese Festival by exploring the concept of wabi-sabi with your family and practicing “shinrin-yoku”–“forest bathing.”