Coming Up at BBG

Greenhouse ceiling with green plants on either side.

Led by Bill Florek, this course, offered Saturdays, Feb. 24 to March 16, from 9 a.m. to noon, will focus on the fine points of controlling the greenhouse environment.

This class, held Wednesdays from March 6 through 27, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., will cover practical aspects of gardening in containers with style throughout the New England garden season.

Our Fitzpatrick Greenhouse is a welcoming harbinger of spring from now through March 17, for the Garden’s annual exhibition of springtime flowering bulbs.


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BBG Trustee, instructor, arborist, and all-around good guy Tom Ingersoll shares a wondrous little "sideshow" during a recent walk.

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BBG Trustee, arborist and educator Tom Ingersoll digs into one of the more nutritional meals your plants could ever know.

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Berkshire Trustee, arborist and educator Tom Ingersoll takes us on a walk through the fluffy stuff — and gives a quick lesson on nitrogen, soil health and wintering critters.


The opening reception for “Musings on Nature” on Feb. 9.

Berkshire Botanical Garden's 2024 Art/Garden series opened with “Musings on Nature” from Feb. 9-25, in our Leonhardt Galleries featuring work by the Guild of Berkshire Artists.

It's crop-starting time! Herbs, too! Also, pay mind to broken branches. Make plans for a butterfly garden. Let's talk repellents, deer and potted miniature roses.

A painting by CATA artist Rory Adams’ “Happy” (2023), acrylic on canvas. 

A collection of paintings, drawings, photographs, and collages inspired by nature, created by artists with disabilities will be on display in our Leonhardt Galleries from March 1-24. 

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