Purchase a garden entry passport for only $25 and spend the weekend of Saturday, July 15th and Sunday, July 16th, 2017 on a self-guided tour of 10 fabulous private gardens! These beautiful gardens are scattered throughout St. John’s, Mount Pearl, Logy Bay, Portugal Cove-St Philips, Paradise and Conception Bay.
Everyone, from seniors to school children and the public, is invited to attend the planting ceremony as our garden makes preparations to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday next year
Families are invited to celebrate Halloween at MUN “BOO-tanical Garden Saturday & Sunday, October 29 & 30, 2016 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
39th art exhibition call for entries. The Garden and Nature Exhibition is an annual event intended to encourage the photography and illustration of natural things. This multi-media show features Newfoundland artists of all ages and skill levels.
Scarecrow contest submission call, enter if you dare! This fall the garden trails will be lined with scarecrows and we want to add yours!! Fancy-hatted scarecrows to scary veggie monsters, to visions of Halloween’s past, you make it, we’ll take it!
Join Todd Boland for a workshop on how to grow and care for orchids, including a demonstration on how to transplant them.
MUN Botanical Garden has over 200 varieties of rhododendrons. Join us on June 18th and 19th for special exhibits, talks, walks, workshops, and information all about rhododendrons. Register for our workshop and take home a one-of-a-kind hybrid rhododendron/azalea.You can also register for a wine and walk through and enjoy our garden trails! Workshop and walks presented by Todd Boland, Research Horticulturist.
It’s time to get outside! This is the perfect event to take Dad out for an early Father’s Day treat! At MUN Botanical Garden, enjoy free admission and a variety of garden activities, and tours on Friday, June 17th, 2016. There will be an official opening of the Tuscan-Style Greenhouse, flower garden tours, and much much more!
The 4th Annual Mystery Garden Tour in Newfoundland will be July 23-24. It’s a self-guided tour over two days of 10 private gardens in St. John’s and area.