Post by Ryan Dostal, based on research by students in UW-Madison Religious Studies course “Food, Meaning, Religion”. What is an Afro-Diasporic Garden? As people of African descent found themselves in new places, they resisted the …
Introducing the Tapestry Lawn
Ever heard of a Tapestry Lawn? Our Horticulture Director, Josh Steger, dives into detail about the Garden’s newest lawn style.
Plants Make People Happy
Plants make people happy. Hear from our Director, Ben Futa, about the wonderful work our staff is doing during the pandemic.
You Can’t Cancel Nature
You can’t cancel nature. Hear some good news from our Director, Ben Futa.
A 30th Thank You
Thank you, from the Garden staff, for a 30th to remember.
2019 Theme: Resiliency
Our theme for 2019: Resiliency. Read more from Director Ben Futa.
Check out the Czech Crevice Garden
Learn about our Czech Crevice Garden from former Horticulture Apprentice, Ryan Drake.
The ‘New’ New American Garden
1,038 plants, 396 volunteer hours, 10 yards of mulch, 6 weeks, 3 truckloads of compost removed: all for one signature garden… Read more from our Director, Ben Futa.
New Signature Offering: Plant Adoption Day
Our Plant Adoption Day has been a huge success! Read about how the Garden is working to provide students with meaningful experiences that will help address plant blindness.