Thursday, February 28, 2008

See us at the Wichita Garden Show: March 5-9

Need ideas to spruce up your yard this spring? Want to learn about all of the educational opportunities available to you in horticulture or just shop the latest in plants and products on the market? Look no further than the Wichita Garden Show, March 5-9 at Century II. Make sure to stop by Botanica's booth in Exhibition Hall while you're there.

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Wednesday, February 6, 2008

An Entire Garden For Your Valentine

Valentine's Day is less than two weeks away! If you're stumped on what to get your sweetheart, look no further than a membership to Botanica. Your loved one can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Botanica's themed gardens throughout the four seasons and take advantage of the Gardens' wide range of programming and events.

Annual memberships start at $45 and allow you free admission to the Gardens for one year, a subscription to Cultivate, our member newsletter, reduced rates to select educational programs and special events, a 10% discount on all purchases in The Gift Garden, and much more. A gift that is beautiful, practical, and easy to purchase- how sweet is that?

To view a complete listing of membership levels and benefits, visit For more information on Botanica, or to order your gift membership, call Kathy Scott at 316-264-0448.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Share your vision for Botanica's Children's Garden

The Children’s Garden at Botanica will be a place where families can experience nature together and will provide an opportunity for children to understand how plants function and people function with plants. The Garden will feature multiple opportunities for learning and discovery and will plant the seeds to develop children’s personal connections to the environment.

We invite you to join award-winning garden designer, Herb Schaal, in our Terrace Room on Monday, February 18 at 7:00pm, for an informal community meeting to hear about our proposed Children's Garden and share your ideas for what Wichita's Children’s Garden should be.