We all struggle now and then. One way to help yourself find peace and happiness is to embrace your creative side—and one great place to do that is in our monthly Drawing in the Garden workshops.
If you want your kids to have a fun, relaxing summer—without completely turning off their brains!—look no further than the Garden’s S.E.E.D. (Summer Exploration, Engagement, and Discovery) Camps in the Garden. Members can register now; general registration opens February 16.
We asked the Garden’s followers on social media what they wanted to know about roses in the era of rose rosette disease. Here’s what our horticulturists and experts in the field have to say.
The Garden welcomes multiple fun and fascinating exhibits this year, and the Children and Families Education program is excited to introduce classes and workshops that will deepen the experience for your family.
The Garden’s Adult Education staff are excited to introduce a 2024 class line-up driven by the organization’s mission to “explore the critically important world of plants, collaborate to discover the role they play in our cultural and natural environments, and engage people to conserve nature and improve the human experience.”
Staff and contractors are hard at work on improvements to the Garden that are steps along the way to fulfillment of the organization’s master plan.
LIGHTSCAPE is underway at the Garden, and guests are loving the new experiences and new pricing options. Top of the list is the all-new “Christmas Village,” complete with fire pits, s’more-roasting, hot cocoa, holiday music and photo opportunities with Santa Claus! Reserve your tickets today.
The Fort Worth Opera returns to the Garden this year for four performances of the Christmas favorite, “Amahl and the Night Visitors.” This one-act English-language production is sure to delight your entire family. Reserve your tickets today!
Remember when you were a kid and you planted a tiny seed in a little styrofoam cup? Remember the magical moment when that tiny seedling emerged from the soil? It was like a superpower: you created life! You can recreate that experience on a large scale when you start your summer garden from seeds this winter. Our January workshop will give you tools and the know-how to make this magic for yourself.
The most popular annual in winter in north Texas is undoubtedly the pansy. But don’t let it ubiquity leave you to take it for granted. For winter color, pansies can’t be beat.