Considering the restrictions around visiting public gardens, Douglas Justice highlights a few plants likely common in your neighbourhoods.
Allison Luke, a graduate of our Horticulture Program, has successfully completed the Red Seal. Congratulations Allison!
Please be advised that access to UBC Botanical Garden will be impacted on March 7th. The Botanical Garden is open, please leave early and be prepared for detours.
It is impressive how plants in the Garden have fared, given the sudden, deep plunge into freezing weather we experienced mid-January this year.
Read the poetry of Dr. Celeste Snowber, who recently led a walking performance called “The Fruitful Dark of Winter” through the Garden.
The Garden and its partner TEALEAVES will discuss biomimetic solutions for global issues at the World Biodiversity Forum.
UBC Botanical Garden and TEALEAVES will present “The Garden of Secrets” film at the WBF in Davos, Switzerland.
Graduate student Andrea Byfuglien shares her experience attending UNLEASH to participate in climate solutions with Garden Dr. Tara Moreau
Because of the lack of deciduous leaf cover in the winter, all of our bamboos stand out with particular lushness in February, making it an excellent time to have a look at them.