Welcome to Berkshire Botanical Garden!
Revered as one of the oldest botanical gardens in New England, Berkshire Botanical Garden has provided a place of beauty and inspiration for visitors since 1934 in historic Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Brimming with exuberant perennial borders and ever-changing seasonal plantings, the Garden is awash in color all season long.
Our grounds encompass 24 acres and feature dozens of unique garden spaces illustrating design concepts and plant selections suited to the home gardener. We invite you to explore our many mixed border gardens, contemplative Pond Garden, historic 1937 Herb Garden, iconic Daylily Walk, established perennial borders for sun and shade, tree collection, Children’s Discovery Garden, Foster Rock Garden, raised bed vegetable gardens, and native plant gardens—just some of the many favorite display areas featuring over 3,000 species and varieties of herbaceous and woody plants that thrive in challenging USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 5b, where winter temperatures can often be below zero degrees and our last frost date is in late May.
The newest addition, Lucy's Garden, a whimsical topiary collection featuring 22 exotic creatures and other ‘live’ sculptures which opened in June, 2019.
See our Map of the Garden.