There is something for everyone at the Berkshire Botanical Garden. Below is a list of our scheduled events classes, and exhibits. For details on any individual listing, just click on the event for more information. If you still have questions, feel free to call the garden at 413.298.3926. See you at the Garden!
Join us as we open our 2015 exhibit “Water in the Garden” featuring sculptures, fountains, water plants and more! This year’s artists include Anthony Archer-Wills, John Piasecki, Mark Mendel, Jenna O’Brien, Bill Cummings, Angus Matheson for Black Barn Farm and Pergola Home.
On Friday, May 29th, we will be having an opening reception for the exhibit featuring a “walk and talk” with the artists. There will be drinks with light hors d’oeuvres starting at 5pm. This is a free event with a suggested donation of $10.
Though this is a free event, we would love it if you could RSVP to Amy at 413.298.3926 or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you there!
45th Annual Grow Show
Now a Garden Club of America event!
You grow it, we show it! We welcome all age groups, experience levels and different kinds of plants at our blue ribbon event, The Grow Show.
For a printable 2015 grow show brochure complete with categories and rules, click here: 2015 Grow Show Brochure
Saturday and Sunday, August 8-9, 2015
At the Education Center at the Berkshire Botanical Garden
Floral Design and Horticulture entries: Drop off Friday, August 7, from 4-6:00 PM
Floral Design Horticulture entries: Drop off on Saturday, August 8, from 7 – 9:00 AM
The Show is open to the public: Saturday, August 8 from 12:00-5pm and Sunday, August 9 from 10am-5pm
Show admission is included with Garden admission (check in at the Gift Shop when you arrive)
Come and get inspired for spring with the Bulb Show at the Berkshire Botanical Garden. The show, which is housed in the restored Fitzpatrick Greenhouse, is free to the public and open daily (including Saturday and Sunday) from 9 am to 4 pm.
It is also an ideal opportunity to order bulbs as part of the Garden’s annual Bulb Sale for planting the following fall.
What better way to say hello to spring than with PLANTS AND ANSWERS, our 39th annual Plant Sale. We’ve hand picked and grown some of our favorite plant selections and new varieties this year – you won’t want to miss it! If you would like to volunteer for this event or are interested in becoming a vendor, contact email@example.com or call 413.298.3926 ext. 10.
For a complete list of volunteer positions, click HERE.
WE NEED DONATIONS! Donate your unwanted garden and patio items for the tag sale. Donated items must be in good condition and in working order, ready to resell. Drop off at the Garden Mon-Fri, through May 7. Donations are tax-deductible.
Saturday, May 7
9 am -5 pm: Open to the General Public
On the grounds of the Berkshire Botanical Garden
At the junction of Routes 183 and 102 in Stockbridge, MA
Admission and parking is free
2016 Plant Sale Vendors
Blueberry Hill Market
Broken Arrow Nursery
Cricket Creek Farm
Daffodils & More
Deer No No
Designs by Jas
Gray Raven Farm
JK Custom Furniture
Meadow Farm Market
Mountain Girl Farm & Caroline’s Shortbread
Scott Harrington Landscape
Steve’s Tile Factory
Wood’n Rush Crafts
Zyra Clay Studio
PLANT SALE: Fabulous Plants Galore by Habitat
For a complete list of plants, click here: Plant Sale 2016 Catalog
Gardeners get a jump-start on the season with this annual plant sale, which has become an iconic harbinger of spring in the Berkshires. We have thousands of plants to choose from, appropriate to northeastern gardens, organized into the habitats in which they thrive.
Silent Auction: Bid on specialty plants, wall gardens, as well as green services.
Save the Date!
Berkshire Botanical Garden’s 2016 Harvest Festival will be held Columbus Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday October 8th and 9th!
For generations the Harvest Festival has been a cherished tradition in the Berkshires. It is one of the largest and longest running events of its kind in the county and 2015 event had the largest attendance ever with more than 12,000 visitors to the event. Proceeds from the event support educational programs at the Garden.
The Festival is a family-friendly celebration of community, showcasing local crafters & artists, non-stop entertainment, artisan food producers and food trucks. (See listing at the links below.)
It also features a silent auction and giant tag sales including — Housewares, the Opportunity Clothing Shop, Country Bazaar, Accessorize!, a Jewelry Boutique, and a Plant, Bulb a and Garden Accessory Sale — as well as a farmers market and zillions of kids activities, including a haunted house.
And don’t forget to check our new Botanical Garden section with the Educational Workshops and Demos, the Garden’s own Farm Camp, Hall of Pumpkins and much more.
If interested in being a vendor an entertainer, or providing an activity for kids. please contact Dana Audia, the Festival producer at firstname.lastname@example.org., or call the Office: 413 298 3926.
Become a Festival Volunteer. Visit the volunteer page for available job descriptions and to learn how you can help. To volunteer, contact Cynthia Grippaldi at 413 298 3926.
Below are links to some of last year’s fun!