Interpretive Signs in the Garden

Interpretive Signs in the Garden

Discover highlights, facts & history from the Garden with our new interpretive signage.

Pruning, Researching, and Building Bridges at Nitobe Memorial Garden

Pruning, Researching, and Building Bridges at Nitobe Memorial Garden

Meet Yu Ozaki, this year’s Ian Gillam International Exchange Fellowship recipient.

June 2017 in the Garden

June 2017 in the Garden

June can be a rainy month, but the weather is seldom chilly, and every day that the sun shines in the garden is truly a joy.

Growing Year-Round at the Food Garden

Growing Year-Round at the Food Garden

Horticulturist Brendan Fisher explains how all manner of crops are grown at the Food Garden.

May 2017 in the Garden

May 2017 in the Garden

What can we expect in the garden this May? A few April flowers, I think.

Exploring the Rooftop of Vietnam

Exploring the Rooftop of Vietnam

Follow along as Douglas Justice provides a first-hand account of what it’s like to venture deep into the mountains of Vietnam on a plant-collecting expedition.

Uncovering Acers in Vietnam

Uncovering Acers in Vietnam

Our adventurous staff have begun their expedition to Vietnam to collect more specimens for the Garden!

April 2017 in the Garden

April 2017 in the Garden

At the time of this writing, plants in UBC Botanical Garden are, by many estimates, about two weeks behind their normal schedules.

Horticulture Training at the Garden

Horticulture Training at the Garden

Read about the Garden’s HTP Program and the experiences of past graduates, some of whom now work at the Garden!