Naples Botanical Garden is dedicated to Conserve and Discover, and Engage and Inspire, by developing and conserving collections and habitats representative of the flora and cultures between the 26th latitudes.
The Garden opened in 2009 and currently operates 170-acres of cultivated garden, preserve, and program space with 230,000 annual visitors. We create and deliver programming in the arts, culture, youth and adult education, conservation, and wellness. In 2017 the Garden was devastated by Hurricane Irma. We rebuilt with renewed emphasis on climate resilience, natural water management, and conservation. We are also determination to make the Garden a Garden for All – where barriers of income and language do not prevent the public from visiting and learning.
In recognition of its efforts, the Garden has received many awards, including the 2018 Award for Museum Excellence (Florida Association of Museums), and the 2017 Award for Garden Excellence (American Public Gardens Association).
Community Meeting Sponsor: International Gardens
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