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About The Columbus Botanical Garden

Located on 36 acres of greenspace in north Columbus, GA. We currently have 4 developed acres with a 10 year plan for new gardens to come. The Columbus Botanical Garden offers free daily admission to visitors. We are pleased to provide an attractive venue and colorful setting for photography, special events, horticultural seminars and community learning. 

Pie Pick-Up December 15th

Pick-up for the pies is at the Columbus Botanical Garden Farmhouse from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Tuesday, December 15th.

A portion of each pie purchased allows us to continue adding more plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, and vegetables, and helps cover the operating expenses at the Garden.

Your PIE = More PETALS for all of Columbus to enjoy here at the Garden!

A portion of each pie purchased allows us to continue adding more plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, and vegetables, and helps cover the operating expenses at the Garden.

Your PIE = More PETALS for all of Columbus to enjoy here at the Garden!

This time we are offering Sweet and Savory Pies! Click here to see the various choices.

Grab your pie now for a better garden tomorrow. Pies can be purchased until December 9th at 11:59 pm. Pick-up for the pies is at the Columbus Botanical Garden Farmhouse from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Tuesday, December 15th.

Christmas In The Garden

Christmas in the Garden in its full expression with light installation, North Pole Marketplace tent, Santa, Carollers, Choirs, Food Trucks, and S’mores will be postponed for a greater celebration in 2021.

 We have already been meeting about enhancements to the light installation and adding all sorts of interesting features.

Please know that although holiday lights will not be a feature this season, we welcome you to visit the Columbus Botanical Garden to share in the natural beauty of the holiday. 

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FEATURED EVENTS

SAMPOSIUM – Sam Pate Naturalist Symposium

Saturday to Sunday, May 1-2, 2021

A lecture series featuring keynote speaker David Sibley, Norman Winter, Ryan Chitwood, and Chris McClure.  The naturalist symposium is in honor of Mr. Sam Pate and also features children’s programming and an overnight birdwatching experience with David Sibley at the Historic W.C. Bradley Farms.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Watch Our Growth

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LEARN & DISCOVER

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LIFE LONG LEARNING

Find a class or course to
expand your knowledge.
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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Educational and fun programs
for the whole family.
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FIELD TRIPS

Prepare a field trip to enhance
your classroom activities.

A PERFECT BACKDROP

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SOCIAL MEDIA

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