Horticultural exhibits form one of the cornerstones of the guest experience at the Botanical Garden. These dynamic botanical exhibits translate narratives about the natural world, landscapes and art through the medium of contemporary planting design. The horticulture team collaborates with other staff, local artists, craftsman and vendors around the country to assemble 5-6 exhibits throughout the year.
(runs January 20 through March 5)
Concept: The Botanical Garden collections includes over 2,300 different kinds of plants from 150 families around the globe. This first-ever specimen showcase will present the finest examples of the collection’s diversity, displayed on individual pedestals in the conservatory with curatorial comments included on the exhibit label. The exhibit also invites viewers to look beyond the exhibit spaces and explore the collection for themselves with mirrors carefully placed throughout the conservatory.
For photos of previous exhibits, please visit our Behance portfolio.