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from $60.00 Dual Senior Membership
 
Protecting your membership and your benefits is extremely important to us. When visiting the Gardens, we require an additional photo identification card to match the names on your membership card. As always, membership cards may only be used by the listed member and are non-transferable.
Fairy and Gnome Festival
May 6

10am-5pm
Tickets available at the door

Included with Garden admission
Wear your costume for $1 off admission (fairies, gnomes, dragons and more!)

Entry fee: Garden Members $5, Non-Members $8
Registration is due by April 28.

Attention scouts, classrooms, families and other groups! Build a fairy house and enter it into our contest!  All submitted houses will be on display for the Festival on May 6. Winners will be chosen at the Festival and various prizes will be awarded, including an hour-long education program here at the Gardens for your group. Click here for a contest entry form!

from $95.00 Family Advantage Membership

Save! $171.00 for two years
Includes up to three adults as stated on membership card and dependent children under 18
Two guest passes
Free admission to the Botanical Gardens
Discounts on selected events, classes and exhibits
10% discount in the gift shop and on the Great Plant Sale
Seasonal mailings and invitations to special events
Reciprocal benefits to nearly 300 gardens and arboretums


Protecting your membership and your benefits is extremely important to us. When visiting the Gardens, we require an additional photo identification card to match the names on your membership card. As always, membership cards may only be used by the listed member and are non-transferable.

from $75.00 Family Membership

Save! $135.00 for two years
Includes two adults as stated on membership card and dependent children under 18
Two guest passes
Free admission to the Botanical Gardens
Discounts on selected events, classes and exhibits
10% discount in the gift shop and on the Great Plant Sale
Seasonal mailings and invitations to special events
Reciprocal benefits to nearly 300 gardens and arboretums

 

Protecting your membership and your benefits is extremely important to us. When visiting the Gardens, we require an additional photo identification card to match the names on your membership card. As always, membership cards may only be used by the listed member and are non-transferable.

from $110.00 Gardener Advantage Membership
Save! $198.00 for two years
Includes up to two adults as stated on membership card

 

Protecting your membership and your benefits is extremely important to us. When visiting the Gardens, we require an additional photo identification card to match the names on your membership card. As always, membership cards may only be used by the listed member and are non-transferable.
from $10.00 Gift Certificates

Great Gift Ideas!
Gift Certificates for:
Garden Membership
Garden Admission
Gifts or Plants from our Gift Shop
Science Cafes & Workshops
The Great Plant Sale in May
Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them through our online checkout.  If you would like to print the certificate and use it at the Gardens.  Please print and redeem at the Gardens. 
Our gift cards have no additional processing fees. If you have any questions, please call 827.1584 ext. 204.
from $65.00 Grandparents Membership
Save! $117.00 for two years
Includes up to two adults as stated on membership card and up to four grandchildren under 18

 

Protecting your membership and your benefits is extremely important to us. When visiting the Gardens, we require an additional photo identification card to match the names on your membership card. As always, membership cards may only be used by the listed member and are non-transferable.

GWA: The Association of Garden Communicators

GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators Conference & Expo is coming to Buffalo August 4-8.  Each year, hundreds of professionals from across the country attend the largest gathering of garden writers, bloggers, photographers, speakers and industry thought-leaders in the country, the GWA Annual Conference & Expo. 

The conference includes public and private garden tours, education sessions, exhibit hall, and events supported by GWA membership with support from collaborators in our region, including PlantWNY, Plantasia, Visit Buffalo Niagara, and Gardens Buffalo Niagara.  The Botanical Gardens will also host a cocktail reception for #GWA2017 attendees during the conference.

How can you participate in the Buffalo conference?

  1. Attend GWA Annual Conference! #GWA2017 is an excellent opportunity to learn about the association, meet its members, see incredible gardens (like the Botanical Gardens), and learn something new. Registration is now open, and the Early Bird Rate end on June 1, so take advantage and book your ticket today! http://bit.ly/2ng2vT9
  2. Join GWA. GWA is an organization of professional communicators in the green industry including book authors, bloggers, staff editors, syndicated columnists, freelance writers, photographers, speakers, landscape designers, television and radio personalities, consultants, publishers, extension service agents and more. If this sounds like you, consider joining today! http://gardenwriters.org/GWA-Join-GWA
  3. Meet the Authors: Friday, August 4, 2:00 to 4:00 PM at the Buffalo Convention Center. The public is invited to this free event, offering the opportunity to mingle with many authors from across the U.S. who will have books on hand to show, sell, and sign.  

Go to gardenwriters.org to find our more info and how to join GWA.

from $36.00 Nature Explorers Art & Science Camp
July & August
Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm
Garden Members: $36 per day or $180 per week
General Public $40 per day or $200 per week

Campers who have completed kindergarten through 6th grade will discover plants and the natural world through art and science. Explorers will spend time discovering the Gardens, completing multimedia art projects, learning drawing and painting skills, playing games, and taking home their own plants to care for. Campers are required to bring a bagged lunch. Morning and afternoon snack is provided.

Wild and Wacky Water - July 10 - July 14
All about water! Our art focus will be on painting in watercolor using techniques of washes, salt, dropping in color, and spattering! We will paint beach, stream, and ocean landscapes. Learn all about the water cycle and the different ways plants use water. Also includes watery projects and wacky water games!

Pollinators - July 17-21
Buzz! Buzz! Sculpt a honeybee using clay. Paint the symmetry of flowers in watercolor and tempera on our class wall mural. Learn the art of quilling to make a 3-D picture. Find out how pollination works by dissecting flowers and visiting our busy beehive. Explorers will create beautiful butterflies, play pollination games, create a take-home garden and more!

Plants We Eat - July 24-28
Did you ever think of how many different plants you eat in a day? Paint a classical still life composed of fruits and vegetables on a tablecloth. Discover the method of botanical drawing by carefully inspecting plant parts and drawing them to scale. Learn about many of the plants you can eat at the Gardens. Squish oranges and other fruits into juice, make flour, and sample weird looking fruits this week of camp!

Plants and our Planet - July 31-August 4
Become stewards of the planet this week of camp. Design posters on preserving habitat for our wild animals using colored pencils and markers. Cover discarded bottles with paper scraps, paint, and glue to create a beautiful vase. Use recycled materials to craft planters and bird feeders. Play environmentally themed games, explore the Arboretum and test the effects of pollution.

Rainforests - August 7-11
Discover how plants and animals live in the rainforest while exploring tropical greenhouses. Draw colorful parrots, hummingbirds, and monkeys in oil pastels, and create a collage of tropical flowers. Fold an origami snake, play games and build a tropical terrarium to bring home.

Woodland Adventures - August 14-18
What plants, animals and insects live in the forest? Create a painting in tempera of a northwoods scene complete with birds, deer, raccoons, reptiles, and bugs. Weave a wall-hanging using grasses, twigs, and feathers. Use pencil to create leaf and bark rubbings! Explore woodland habitats while learning about local plants and animals, participate in a special camp scavenger hunt, and build a fairy garden.

For more information, contact 827.1584 ext. 292 or
jbaj@buffalogardens.com 

Summer Camp Interns Needed!
Contact us at khammer@buffalogardens.com, 827.1584 ext. 207