Speaker Series: How the Keys Environment Affects GardeningSaturday, Decenber 10 at 1:30 pm
GardenFest 2017February 11-12, 10am - 4pm
GardenFest and Green Market Key West
A giant plant sale offers visitors the opportunity to peruse a wide array of native and exotic tropical plants, earth-based art and healthy living vendors. Enjoy a perfect day in the Garden where organic and healthy food vendors as well as a beer and wine bar will be available in the Courtyard along with the talents of local musicians.
Vendors: Download the vendor applicaiton here.
2017 Speaker SeriesDecember through May
Locals Free Day1st Sunday Each Month
Monthly Plant SaleThird Saturday, 10 am - noon
The Garden opens its nursery to the public every 3rd Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. until Noon for plant sales. Most plants are priced at $8.00 for a 1-gallon pot and $15.00 for a 3-gallon pot. Members receive a 15% discount. Disabled persons will be accommodated.
The Key West Botanical Garden Nursery provides plants for Conservation use, education opportunities, and sales. Native plants, including many which are threatened and endangered, are grown for Garden replacement, for education purposes, as a training opportunity, for sales, and introduction or reintroduction to sites in the Florida Keys. The inventory stands at approximately 1500 plants.
The Nursery is now a focal point of the Key West Botanical Garden. It uses the synergy of our volunteers (Companions, Guardians, Docents), propagation, education and grant programs. This combination of efforts has allowed the Nursery to become a part of Key West and Keys community. The Nursery reaches out to Civics class students from HOB, high school student volunteers, referrals from City Urban Reforestation, and relationships with other Botanical Societies.
Toddler TimeEvery Tuesday 10-11 am
Starting Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at 10am. Bring your 2-4 y/o to the Garden for our NEW weekly story time and sing along with Volunteer, Jennifer Lloyd. Jennifer will promote early childhood literacy through special nature and environmental themed books and songs that will get your child excited about the outdoors and singing and dancing with the birds, butterflies and other wondrous creatures of the Garden. Light snacks will be provided, a parent/caregiver must be present. Story Time is free, however Regular Admission prices to the Garden will apply for activities in the Garden after Story Time. Children under 12 are always FREE as are our Members!
After story time, Toddlers and their Adults, are encouraged to stop by our Gift Shop to pick up a Free Scavenger Hunt and go on your own adventure in the Garden! Return the Hunt to the Greeter at the end of your visit and get a prize!
Meet at the Garden's Visitor Center. For more information call 305-296-1504 or email email@example.com.
Jennifer Lloyd has a background in Elementary Education, having taught Pre-K in New Jersey, Michigan and California, spent several years as a full-time Nanny as well as a Kindergarten Teacher in California. Since arriving in Key West in 2009 she has worked on completing her second novel with her husband, Gregory Lloyd, and volunteering for numerous non-profits in town.
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The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden
5210 College Road
Key West, FL 33040
(305) 296-1504 ofc.
(305) 296-2242 fax.