Growing Season Hours (starting March 1):
Monday -Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday 12-4 p.m.
Winter Season Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9am to 3pm from November through February
*Please note WeatherBerry Visitor's Center is closed on all Holidays
Please come to our new visitor center location an West 2nd.
As of March 1, 2022...
our new entrance is 2731 West 2nd Street. Park and enter through the front door of our 1840 Historic Home, called WeatherBerry! It is also available for your next private event!
Volunteer to help keep The Garden beautiful with First Weekend Wonders. Work sessions are on the 1st Saturday of every month. Join us July 2nd! We have lots of other opportunies as well, from baking and teaching, to weeding and planting. The Garden needs YOU!
Daylily Digbed Open
Every day is digbed day!
Daylily clumps are only $10 each. We have 3 beds for you to choose your favorite daylilies. We have shovels and bags ready for you.
Volunteers have enhanced the entrance to the pathway that connects the new garden with the existing garden. Landscape architect George Riddle designed the landscape and helped get it installed. Southern Star Community Outreach was here to help install.
The opportunities are endless- your special memories are waiting to be made at the Botanical Garden. Be intentional and make plans to picnic or just simply visit the garden.
Wedding planning season is here.
You can use any site on the grounds of The Garden for your special event. Visit us and chose the perfect spot for your celebration!
We will do everything we can to make your event a success. Contact us today!
Keep an eye out for these codes as you explore the explore the grounds of The Garden. The codes will provide more information on various areas or will be linked to audio tours!
You will need a smartphone or other mobile device (Apple or Android) to use the QR codes. Please note that your device must be connected to the internet.
To use the QR codes...
The Path of Hope and Healing
The project is intended to be an uplifting experience, through the healing powers of nature, for all of us affected by cancer. It will recognize the most common cancers diagnosed in KY.
Your experience will begin as you exit the back door of WeatherBerry and encounter a 320 foot meandering pathway installed by Ward Pedley, Jr.
Along the pathway, the visitor will encounter 12 glass ribbons made by Daviess County native, Brook White. Each ribbon will be a different color to represent various types of cancers, which are also incorporated into the wings of a substantial butterfly sculpture.
The butterfly sculpture will be created by local glass artist, Scott Poynter and local metal worker, Chris Schartung. The sculpture will stand nearly 21 feet tall. THE SCULPTURE IS HERE!
This project is made possible from a generous donation by Charles and Mary Ann Medley. Many thanks to the Medley's! More enhancements to complete the path are on the way!
Members are always FREE.
Seniors & Veterans $3
Students & Children $1
Cash or Venmo payments accepted.
2731 West 2nd Street
Owensboro KY 42301
P.O. Box 22562
Owensboro KY 42304