Coming Up

This class is open to all! Learn skills essential for functional garden design that honor the site and meets client needs. Led by Chuck Schnell and Walter Cudnohufsky. This course meets for 10 weeks, from Feb. 9 through April 13.

In a predominantly male industry, these female winemakers are stealing the spotlight with show stopping wines! In honor of Women's History Month (March) we'll be featuring four amazing female winemakers who are trailblazers in their industry. 

Join us online for our 26th annual Winter Lecture as we proudly present Midori Shintani, head gardener of Tokachi Millennium Forest, who will introduce Tokachi, which has inspired a unique modern garden movement in Japan.

Videos

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Hey, who's up for some time lapse? Here's our new camp building — going up! It'll be completed in Spring in time for our young day campers who attend BBG's popular Farm in the Garden Camp.

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Introducing the ceramic work of Karlene Jean Kantner. Her exhibition, "Volumes," shows at Berkshire Botanical Garden's Leonhardt Galleries from Jan. 20 through Feb. 26, 2023. Thank you Chris Powell for the pit-firing footage!

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Snow! We grabbed our camera and the BBG Orchestra grabbed their instruments. Here's "The Gardens Are Sleeping," written and performed by the BBG Orchestra (aka, Indigo Beige).

Articles

Board of Trustees Chairman Matthew Larkin did the honors of hammering in the final oak peg for the framed-out structure that, by summer, will serve as the new heart of BBG’s popular Farm in the Garden Camp. 

Kantner’s show, “Volumes,” featuring nearly two dozen of her works, runs in the Leonhardt Galleries from Jan. 20 through Feb. 26.

What's all this work going on here at BBG this winter? The construction of an innovative and artful building will serve as the new heart of our popular Farm in the Garden Camp.

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