What’s Happening at the Gardens?

The best way to keep up to date about what’s going on at the Gardens is by following our social media. If you’re not on social media, you can check out some of our most recent posts below!

Quiet winter moments with our plant friends #oakleafhydrangea #cedaroflebanon #weepingredbud #aucubajaponica ... See MoreSee Less
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Not sure why, but we feel like people might be looking for a reason to get out in 2021– just a hunch. Anyway, we’ve posted our 2021 workshop and seminar schedule onto our website for you to browse and sign up!knoxgarden.org/workshops/All events in 2021 have been designed and planned to allow for limited attendance and social distancing protocols. MASKS WILL BE MANDATORY 😷 As the year progresses, we will take continual stock of the situation and make adjustments as appropriate.Here’s to a better year! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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Cortese Tree is here today taking down one of our oaks that died. This oak is in an area where lots of cars and people go through and was going to pose a serious risk in due time. We are immensely grateful for our community partners who show up time and time again when we need them. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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The gardens are still a wonderful place to visit while keeping safe and socially distanced. We wanted to remind all who come to please give other guests a wide berth, and wear masks where you are likely to encounter others. To prevent the spread of the virus, and to protect our staff, our visitor center remains closed. We do not have a public restroom at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience and we thank you for helping keep our community healthy!! Stay safe out there! ((Pictured: Empress of China Dogwood #cornuskousa)) ... See MoreSee Less
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