As our superbloom continues to stun visitors throughout the Garden, more and more signs of spring continue to pop up throughout our 87 acres. And while that means beautiful pops of color and new flowers to see each week, it also means spring break is around the corner. To celebrate spring in the Garden and the official spring break kick-off weekend of March 27-29, we’re hosting Bulbs in the Garden.

This fun activity will include a special map that will guide you on a nature walk to discover our latest blooming bulb plants, including daffodils, and irises. While the Garden’s natural beauty is already photo worthy, we’re shining an extra light on it (well, sort of). Our team has crafted four show-stopping chandelier vignettes featuring bulbs of a different kind to help make your day even more Instagram friendly. These beautiful art installations will only be up Saturday, March 27 through Monday, March 29, so don’t miss your chance to see them!

As with all Garden activities, advance reservations are required. If you’re interested in visiting but do not want to participate in Bulbs in the Garden, you will still need to purchase a ticket for this special programming. But rest assured, it’s the same price as the Garden’s General Admission – free for Members and up to $15 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased here. 

The Garden has remained open to serve the community by being a place to encourage wellness and health through nature and open space. Please help keep us open by considering a gift to the Garden. You can do so here.