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Memphis Garden Club Container Garden

Guests walking along the main Garden loop will find a hidden jewel in the Memphis Garden Club Container Garden. This garden is located just beyond Daffodil Hill within the Azalea Trail and is a perfect resting point halfway through a visitor’s tour.  Nearby gardens are Daffodil Hill, the Hosta Trail and the Hydrangea Garden. The Container Garden is a patio garden that holds a circular bed with a Sweet Bay Magnolia under-planted with shade perennials. There are at least a dozen... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Friday, September 27, 2019

Celebrating Ten Years of My Big Backyard

   Join us this month in celebrating the 10 th  Anniversary of My Big Backyard. Our Horticulture and Education teams have been working hard to get us ready for our birthday celebrations and this garden has never looked better. We are so appreciative of everyone who has played a role along the way to get us where we are today. From The Little Garden Club of Memphis planting the initial seeds and the many local foundations, corporate funders and... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, August 29, 2019

5 Plants to Look Out for in a Survival Situation

Is it just me or are 70% of TV shows about the apocalypse right now? And did you know that 68 million Americans have purchased survival gear to prepare for doomsday?! Whether you are a serious “prepper” or just someone who occasionally wonders how you might cope in a survival situation, the subject of using plants for food and medicine is quite an interesting one. This isn’t intended as an in-depth guide to herbal medicine (you might want a more academic article... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, August 19, 2019

Tenth Annual Forrest Spence 5K Promises Fun for Families

The Forrest Spence 5K raises funds for non-medical needs of critically or chronically  ill children and their families.   The 12th annual Forrest Spence 5K is a wonderful event for all ages. On Saturday, Aug. 24 , bring your friends and family to walk or run the 3.1-mile course starting at the Memphis Botanic Garden. The Forrest Spence 5K begins at the Memphis Botanic Garden at 8 a.m. This fun filled day includes a 5K, food, door prizes, music, 1-mile fun run, 100-yard... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, August 8, 2019

Perfect time to visit The Live Garden

   The Live Garden looks especially beautiful this summer. This spacious grassy area of the TruGreen Lawn is not only the perfect setting for many of our Garden events, but also an inviting space for visitors to enjoy a picnic day under the tall trees or near the lake that borders the east side. The west side of the area features a long pathway known as the IP Living Wall. It is a dramatic display of annual flowers that stand out in the distance for their color and... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Delta Heritage Garden

       Walk through the Delta Heritage Garden this summer and you will see watermelon vines twining through the okra, the broad, velvety leaves of tobacco, and pink-tipped flowers that will give way to bright bolls of cotton. These plants, as well as the many others growing in the Delta Heritage Garden, tell the story of the Delta South, and make tangible the region’s history and culture. More than just history, though, the garden is an active and productive urban... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Castle Redeux...The Recycled Ruins

       Kids and grown-ups alike will go back in time as they visit the newest addition to Playhouse Lane in My Big Backyard. Thanks to a grant from The Children’s Foundation of Memphis, Castle Redeux…. The Recycled Ruins is the perfect area for fairy-tale, adventurous play. With the help from regional artists, Bernhard Meck and Tim Pace who assisted with the design of existing art elements in the Garden, this medieval castle was designed and made almost... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, April 17, 2019

April's the perfect time to see new plantings in the Iris Garden

This past fall Memphis Botanic Garden received a large donation of well over 500 Iris rhizomes from Schreiner’s Iris of Salem, Oregon. This planting of over 35 new varieties will be a welcome as well as beautiful addition of new Bearded Iris to our collection. Six other Iris beds were also planted with 63 varieties of Bearded Iris donated by Virginia Hill, a past member of the Memphis Iris Society. Her son Doug Hill, is the newest member of our Horticulture team.... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Friday, March 29, 2019

Tis the Season of our Holly Collection

As the holiday season approaches, people frequently turn to the Holly for decoration, along with conifers and poinsettias. Their evergreen quality and colorful berries make them perfect accents for holiday decor, and are used in America as well as other other countries where Christmas is celebrated. Holly is native in England (remember “A Christmas Carol” with Scrooge) as well as other parts of Europe, China, Japan, Korea and of course the United States. ... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Tuesday, November 20, 2018

MBG Horticulture Staff Preparing for the Origami in the Garden2 Exhibit

Memphis Botanic Garden staff is looking forward to hosting the traveling exhibit Origami in the Garden 2 and Director of Horticulture Rick Pudwell shares how the staff is integrating these new outdoor sculptures into the grounds at the Garden. While I have always thought of Origami as paper craft that originated in Japan, the exhibit on loan to us is actually made of metal. The pieces vary in size and because they are metal will hold up to the elements... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, August 29, 2018

11th Annual Forrest Spence 5K

It is August in Memphis!  The weather is warm and our city is bursting with fun family events. August would not be August without the Forrest Spence 5K!   For eleven years, Memphis has supported the Forrest Spence Fund; a fund that was founded by Brittany and David Spence in memory of their infant son, Forrest.  Raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to provide for the non-medical needs of critically and chronically ill children and their families, the Fund is an essential... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Summer Internship by Anna Armour

  My first summer at the Memphis Botanic Garden is coming to a fast close! My name is Anna and I am a horticulture intern from Mississippi State University.  My major is in environmental science with a minor in horticulture. I have been exploring the grounds of MBG since childhood. I credit the Garden with sparking my interest in plants and learning how to care for them. When I was told to find an internship, MBG was the first place I wanted to apply. I was so elated when... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Mid-South Hosta Society Trail

The Mid-South Hosta Society Trail is the perfect spot for a shady oasis on a warm Memphis day. It was organized by Larry Tucker, founder of the Mid-South Hosta Society, and dedicated in 2006. The garden is recognized by the American Hosta Society as a national display garden. The goal of this specialty garden is education - ‘Hostas From Around the Globe.’ It features hundreds of hosta varieties enhanced by companion shade plants, all in beds marked as to where the... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, June 21, 2018

50th anniversary of the Memphis Garden Club Sculpture Garden

  Memphis Botanic Garden is celebrating the 50 th  anniversary of the Memphis Garden Club Sculpture Garden. Established in 1968 as a way to combine art and plantings, this Garden continues to be the starting point for the vast majority of visitors and groups touring our 96-acre garden as well as a focal point for visitors dining in Fratelli’s. Thanks to support from members of Memphis Garden Club, the Sculpture Garden underwent a major renovation in 2014 with a new focus... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, May 17, 2018

Delta Heritage Garden

The Delta Heritage Garden honors our region’s history of self-sufficiency and our relationships with plants, demonstrating how traditional horticulture is applicable and informative in today’s sustainable agriculture and gardening practices. Plants indicative of the South tell the story, including vegetables, herbs, and flowers. If you’ve walked through the gardens recently, you may have noticed that the Delta Heritage Garden has nearly doubled in size, with thanks to... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, April 19, 2018

Mason Food Jars

Well, the calendar might say we are still in winter, but nature itself is telling us that spring is on it’s way. The days are getting longer and the plants (the ones that long stretch of very cold temperatures we had didn’t damage!) are beginning their growth overdrive. This is the time for pruning and grooming. It is so very nice to cut back last year’s dead growth from the herbaceous perennials and see the new green growth hiding below. The time for relaxation is gone.... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Saturday, March 24, 2018

The Ketchum Memorial Garden

Morgan C. Ketchum and Marion P. Kirkland met while attending Vanderbilt University. Miss Kirkland was the only women in her graduating class of 1898. She studied English Literature and German Philology. Her uncle was the chancellor there and he enjoyed hybridizing irises.  A painting and photo on Vanderbilt’s website show Chancellor J.H. Kirkland with bearded irises nearby. Mr. Ketchum moved to Memphis in 1898 and practiced law. Morgan and Marion married Nov. 7, 1900 and... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, March 22, 2018

Backyard Chickens

  We are bringing chickens to the Memphis Botanic Garden and there is a lot to think about! Even though I have raised chickens for years, it was not long into my research that I realized I needed help. This is when I turned to our Director of Horticulture, Rick Pudwell, life-time bird enthusiast, for help. So, after talking with him at length—we are in the middle of planning and designing a large-scale ‘back-yard’ coop, you see—and reading an essay he wrote... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Spring Blooms at the Garden

          Spring at the Garden is the most beautiful time of year and it’s all due to the MBG horticulture staff’s hard work of planting thousands of bulbs during the winter months. Here’s what to look for when you visit in March: The small Crocus flowers are members of the iris family and one of the first to come up. You’ll find purple, yellow, orange, and striped varieties in our display beds. Some of the of ... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Saturday, February 17, 2018

Memphis Botanic Garden Recognized Globally as a Must-Visit

Here at the Memphis Botanical Garden we pride ourselves in offering a space in which locals and visitors alike can create, reflect, and give back to our wonderful community- and nothing pleases us more than receiving global recognition for our efforts. Last week, Flight Network , Canada’s leading online international travel agency, listed our Botanic Garden amongst just 17 other local establishments as an absolute must-see during a flying visit to Memphis. The List ... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, February 12, 2018

Greenhouse Plant Collection

The Memphis Botanic Garden's Greenhouse houses many wonderful tropical plants that the horticulture staff tends to throughout the year for use in the building with events and for summer display containers. Part of the Garden's mission is to establish and maintain groups of like plants. We have many excellent collections such as our Ilex (hollies), Magnolias and conifers. We also have a number of plants not currently on display. The Sansevierias, collectively called... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Wednesday, January 24, 2018

New Year, New Numbers with your help!

We reached big numbers in 2017 and we hope to make 2018 even bigger with your help.   Thank you for your support in 2017. With your generosity, here are just a few of the things we did in numbers....        6,000 square feet of retail plant selections added with the creation of the Nursery at the  Garden      15,883 feet of lights twinkled throughout Holiday Wonders at the Garden     ... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Friday, December 29, 2017

Bulbs Herbs

Planting bulbs in Memphis is not any more difficult than planting them elsewhere, but to many of us it may seem that way. Our mothers—grand, great-grand, and beyond—successfully accomplished this task and evidence of their toil may still be sprouting skyward each spring, reminding us of them. Please be assured that nothing has been lost—we are not orphans to this. All one needs in order to successfully plant bulbs is knowledge of when to plant as well... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, December 11, 2017

Winter Pruning

The end of November and December bring the holidays, being with family, decorating, gift giving, being thankful, and eating too much. Yet, there are still many gardening projects to complete: bulb planting, garden clean up, and my favorite winter pruning. December thru February is an excellent time to do pruning on trees and shrubs since the foliage has dropped and the structure of the plant is visible to make pruning easier. Some of the plants that I will be pruning during the winter here... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, December 11, 2017

Holiday Plants

I grew up with an aluminum Christmas tree and a color wheel so I promised myself that I would always have a real tree for my kids…until as toddlers, my two boys got pneumonia two years in a row after Christmas and the pediatrician said to start thinking “artificial”. But for those of you lucky enough to have a real tree, should you buy a “cut” tree or a live tree to plant after the season? Cut trees are crops, just like corn. Every year a new crop is... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, December 11, 2017

Meet our Imperial Guardian Lions

Meet our Imperial Guardian Lions. Thanks to Jimmy Ishii with Sekisui for this generous donation, these new marble sculptures now guard the entrance of the Asian Garden. Known in Chinese as  shí shī  which means “stone lion," they are often called " Foo Dogs " and are symbolic of power and protection   November is a wonderful time to visit our Asian Garden to see fall color. The Japanese Maples are famous for their fall color... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, October 23, 2017

The Good, The Bad, and the Red

  If you were to walk through the formal section of the Herb Garden, you might walk past the Dye Bed.   Passing the dye plants, you might notice the prickly pear cactus and wonder how that plant is used for a dye. Well, there are two sources of dye from this one plant. The fruit of this plant is juiced and allowed to ferment and it produces a lovely dye ranging from light pink to a dark magenta. The second source of dye is a beautiful red produced by….wait... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Monday, October 16, 2017

The Yucca Moth

Drab, nocturnal, a little stout, and quite a bit fuzzy, moths are often overlooked by gardeners. But, while you and the butterflies are cozied up for the night, the moths are winging in the moonlight, and performing some very important pollination services. Because colors and shapes are not as prominent at night, moths aren’t drawn to the same flowers that their diurnal counterparts, the butterflies, are. Instead, moth-pollinated flowers tend to be glowing white, and highly fragrant. ... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, October 12, 2017

FALL IS FOR PLANTING! (A statement rooted in truth!)

I’m sure you’ve heard this before. A ploy by nurseries to get you to buy their season ending inventory? To some extent, maybe, IF you hear it from a person’s point of view. From the plant’s point of view…IT IS GOSPEL! Think about the plant’s environment. In the spring, the air warms quickly, the soil slowly. In the fall, the air cools quickly, the soil slowly. Our soil temperature can be... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Friday, October 6, 2017

Osmanthus

    The Fragrance Garden winds its way through our Magnolia Grove and connects the path outside the Prehistoric Plant Trail to the Hydrangea Garden and Bleckon Pavilion, creating a logical connection between existing gardens. This month is the perfect time to come visit these plants that bloom during the fall - specially Osmanthus. Commonly called Sweet Olive or False Hollies most are large growing evergreen shrubs with very fragrant flowers. Considered a full sun plant,... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Monday, September 25, 2017

"New Vintage Rose" - Plant Pick!

This week the Volunteers at The Nursery in The Garden have chosen a beautiful  pink yarrow named "New Vintage Rose" (we have "New Vintage Red" also).  This is an Achillea millefolium selection that matures to about a foot tall.  Yarrow prefers full sun, well drained soil and does great (and winters) in a container.  Look for these when you come to the FALL PLANT SALE on Saturday, October 7th from 9 to 4. Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Turn your herbs into incense!

Want to spice up your life and add a little fragrance to it at the same time while reducing your footprint?   Try making your own incense! Choose the herb or herbs you would like to dry such as red Cedar, lavender, rosemary, sage, or maybe even (if you grow it) a little bit of mugwort.   Cut your chosen herb, bundle the stems with cotton string, and hang out of the way until they are dry. Once they are ready: gather a heatproof container, a hotpad, a charcoal... Read More
Posted by sherri mccalla at Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Magenta Munchkin - Pick of the Week

This week, the volunteers chose a Butterfly Bush (Buddleja) called Magenta Munchkin.   This is a dwarf variety that matures to only 3' tall and wide.  Plant in full sun and deadhead the flowers to encourage repeat bloom.  This is a striking color and we have a number of new dwarf varieties that have proven to be hardier than the first available dwarfs.   Mark your calendar for the fall plant sale...OCTOBER 7TH!!!! Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Notes from the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference

I first began attending native plant conferences in 2013, as an intern with the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville. Looking around the 2017 Plant Natives! Conference hosted by Chattanooga’s Wild Ones chapter this past March, the attendees of these conferences haven’t changed much (standing together, we make a nice camouflage blend of Indiana Jones hats, head-to-toe khaki, and floral-patterned blouses), many of the same speakers are “making the rounds”, and the core... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Sunday, August 27, 2017

Forrest Spence 5K

  It is that time of year again!  Time to get outside, enjoy some of the many wonderful things our city has to offer, and time for the Forrest Spence 5K!  For ten years, Memphis has supported the Forrest Spence Fund; a fund that was founded by Brittany and David Spence in memory of their infant son, Forrest.  Raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to provide for the non-medical needs of critically and chronically ill children and their families, the Fund is an... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Thursday, August 24, 2017

This week the volunteers chose Salvia greggii "Wild Thing" as their plant of the week!

This week the volunteers chose Salvia greggii "Wild Thing" as their plant of the week.   "Wild Thing" is a chance seedling collected from the wild.  It is vibrant pink instead of red and hardier than the species.   Salvia greggii is a hummingbird magnet and an evergreen perennial that prefers full sun and soil on the dry side.    It blooms from May until October, but often you'll have sporadic flowers throughout the... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Indian Pink - Volunteer Pick of the Week

    This week's "Volunteer Pick of the Week" is Indian Pink or Spigelia marilandica.  This is a beautiful shade to part shade native perennial that grows in moist woodland conditions but tolerates dry shade and goes well with Hosta, Columbine and Heuchera .  It grows in clumps, 15" to 24" tall, and blooms profusely in late spring and periodically throughout the season.  Deadheading promotes re-bloom, but it self seeds so... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Tuesday, August 8, 2017

The Kitchen Classroom

  I am Katie McIntyre, an intern at the Memphis Botanic Gardens, sponsored by The Little Garden Club of Memphis. Over the summer, I have spent my time in My Big Backyard. As part of my internship, I have learned from many specialists about different styles of design, pruning, planting, growing, flower arranging, and color schemes. I have learned about the different varieties of trees, flowers, herbs, and produce, and where they can be best grown in a garden according to the sunlight.... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Thursday, August 3, 2017

This week's PLANT PICK!

Each week's spotlighted plant is grown and chosen by our dedicated nursery volunteers. This week's volunteer pick is a variegated Carex, or Japanese sedge. This is a great grass for a moist to wet location.   It can tolerate full sun, but looks best when protected from the hottest afternoon sun, although it will grow in fairly heavy shade. It matures to about 12" tall, 18" wide, and is... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Stomp on over to the Prehistoric Plant Trail

...but don't stomp on our newly planted palms! The adjacent Palm Collection features Chinese Fan Palms selected from ones growing in the mountains of China that are better able to adapt to our winters. The Prehistoric Plant Trail is a child-centered play area that is reminiscent of prehistoric times. There are dinosaur statues, chunks of faux-fossilized wood, a stone cave, and a dig pit for uncovering fossils. Planted in the area are plants that have been around since prehistoric... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Tuesday, July 25, 2017

“Scratch N’ Sniff” exhibit in The Little Garden Club Sensory Garden

Hello Everyone! My name is Khadejah and I am completing an internship at the MBG in the Sensory Garden, sponsored by The Little Garden Club of Memphis. The Little Garden Club Sensory Garden, established in 1987, was designed by Tom Pellet to enable individuals with special needs to enjoy and engage in the gardening experience. The garden is handicap accessible, with majority of it [garden] elevated for an easy view from a wheelchair. The Little Garden Club Sensory Garden maintains a... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Tropic Heat

  By Sherri McCalla, Herb Garden curator at MBG   Yup. It is that time again: hot and humid. If it weren’t for our winter, we would live in a tropical paradise. Oh,... Read More
Posted by sherri mccalla at Saturday, July 15, 2017

The Art of Watering

Say the weather report for today in Memphis, TN, is 105⁰ and high humidity...how do I take care of all my plants? Watering plants if you are a novice can be intimidating. I have had great success with plants using these tips; follow them, and you should be fine. First if you can’t water every morning, I suggest  potting your container plants in a heavy mix. This will help ensure that your plants will stay... Read More
Posted by manny pailet at Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Summer Internship

I am excited to be a part of the Memphis Botanic Garden staff this summer. My friend, Michael Fletcher, and I are new summer interns. As members of Collierville Boy Scout Troop 50, we were recommended by our Scoutmaster Len Lawhon for summer intern positions. Michael and I have been working for Mr. Len for over a year at DeSoto Farms, operating landscaping machinery and learning about horticulture. So far, our internship work is very similar to the work we’ve done on Mr.... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Summer Colors

Summer Colors   “ They give us those nice bright colors, They give us the greens of summer, Make’s you think all the world’s a sunny day…” Paul Simon was talking about his Nikon camera and his Kodachrome film, but every time I hear the... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Friday, June 30, 2017

3 Ways to Use Your Family Membership This Season!

3 Ways to Use Your Family Membership This Season! Warmer weather means more fun together! Make the Garden a place for family time Your family membership gives you exclusive access to discounted/free events & activities, including FREE year-round access to our 96 acres! Here are some ways to create new family memories and traditions: 1.) Spend Quality Time Together at the Garden Bring a Picnic– All year round! FREE for Members Create your own... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Thursday, May 4, 2017

Meet Robin Howell - new curator of the Japanese and Asian gardens

  My name is Robin Howell, and I'm the new curator of the Japanese and Asian gardens here at the Memphis Botanic Garden.  I'm thrilled at the opportunity here in Memphis to learn more about Japanese gardening and am looking forward to working with the staff and volunteers.  I already have a connection here at the garden; Kyle McLane, our Assistant Director of Horticulture, and I went to high... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Thursday, April 20, 2017

When is Spring?

  When is Spring? Depending on who you’re talking to Spring can have a couple of different definitions.  Most of us are familiar with the solar/astronomical reckoning of Spring which is noted on our calendars between the Vernal Equinox (around March 21) and the Summer Solstice (around June 21).  A meteorological reckoning, based on average temperature, makes the warmest three months... Read More
Posted by chris o'bryan at Sunday, April 16, 2017

Calling All Coneheads….

    What is the tallest living thing in the world?   -a conifer:  Coast Redwood, Sequoia sempervirens , towering nearly 400 feet.   What is the largest living thing?     -a conifer:  Giant Sequoia, Sequoiadendron gianteum , over 52,000 cubic feet. What is the world’s oldest living thing?     -a conifer!  Bristlecone... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Thursday, April 13, 2017

Have you ever stared into the eye of a Dragon?

West of Lake Biwa, just below the Japanese Pavillion, is the lair of Pinus densiflora ‘Oculus-draconis’, Dragon’s Eye Pine. The large green and yellow eyes stare back bewitchingly as one gazes down into the branch ends… This unique pine is native to Japan, Korea and parts of China. A slow grower, Dragon’s Eye can eventually reach 30 feet tall with a spread nearly as wide. It likes full sun, well-drained and slightly acid soil.     Each... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden News at Monday, April 10, 2017

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