Important: Plant Sale Date Change!
It's time to join or renew your Garden Membership!
The ABG Plant Sale is moved to
Saturday, May 26
This is also the first official "Alaska Public Gardens Day" - a "Free Day" at the Garden
Plant Sale is 10 am - 4pm, with a special
"Members Only" preview at 9 am
ABG's Annual Plant Sale is a great time to renew your membership, and shop for some fantastic new plants!
Here's a list of just a few of the new plants we will feature this season: Hardy Finnish Rhododendrons
Red & Black Currants
Seaberry (Sea Buckthorn)
Brunnera (perennial of the year)
and many more native plants & unusual selections!
Call for Volunteers and Garden Fair Vendors!
Opportunities abound at the Garden!Volunteer at the Garden - Lend your talents at anything from gardening to creative projects!
Join us for Spring Cleanup at the Garden this week and next!
Contact ABG Volunteer Coordinator Bill Yeagle for details 907-770-3692 ext. 0
It's not too late to have a Garden Fair Vendor booth - new openings available for plant, food, garden art, clothing, & craft vendors! Click here for more information & to download the Vendor application form.
New! Homegrown Harvest Series
Home Grown Harvest: From Seeds to Supper
This new series of private garden tours replaces the Alaska Botanical Garden's ever-popular "Secret Garden Series". The focus this year is fruit, vegetables, and wild edibles. Each tour starts at 6:30 pm.
Tickets may be purchased individually, or bundled at a discount for the whole series. Specific directions divulged after purchase.
All tours are on Thursdays. Questions? Tickets available online: www.alaskabg.org or call 907-770-3692 ext 0
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Led by Laurie Constantino, author of Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Includes Tour of Alaska's only Bioshelter, Eagle River