Florida Botanical Gardens - "Our Urban Oasis"
The Florida Botanical Gardens inspires and educates visitors by showcasing flora, fauna and natural resources in motivational surroundings that promote environmentally friendly techniques.
Bring the family and spend a day. The Gardens are open almost every day of the year and admission is free!
Free Admission! -
Discover Our Gardens
30 acres of
cultivated gardens more
Yearly events sponsored by our partners. more
Learn about plants, animals and gardening. more
Discover Florida's wildlive and learn about habitats. more
Private Events / Weddings
Perfect venues for making wonderful memories. more
Guided hikes, birding and photography tours. more
Important to the health of our watersheds. more
Featuring rare scrub and sandhill ecosystems. more
Art in the Garden - Gift Shop - Plant Help - Visitor Info/Garden Map
In the News:
Special Program, Classes and Events
Valentine's Day Group Wedding
February, 14 2016
2 p.m. - flyer - website
Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller
A single ceremony will unite all couples in attendance. The event is organized by the Pinellas County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller, Ken Burke. The ceremony will take place at 2:00 p.m. in the Wedding Garden of the Florida Botanical Gardens. The couples should plan to arrive by 1:00 p.m. on the day of the event with their marriage license and identification. Couples will receive a special Commemorative Marriage Certificate, which must be picked up after the ceremony at the registration table. The official Certificate of Marriage will be mailed to the couples within one week of the ceremony.
Orchid Re-potting Clinic
and Bromeliad Sale
March 26, 2016
9 a.m. - Noon - flyer
It’s the time of the year that you should be re-potting your orchids and adding more bromeliads to your garden. The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation is partnering with the Florida West Coast Orchid Society, for a morning of Orchid re-potting and Bromeliad selling. Are you afraid to re-pot your orchids, or you don’t have time to do it; then let the Florida West Coast Orchid Society do it for you (small fee required).
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