Mobile Botanical Gardens

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In a Nutshell

On May 2 and 3, eight area homes open their private gardens to the public. For gardeners it’s a field trip; for everyone else it’s just fun.

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  • $25 for two admissions to the “Gallery of Gardens” tour ($50 value)
  • $50 for four admissions to the “Gallery of Gardens” tour ($100 value)<p>

During Mobile Botanical Gardens’ annual “Gallery of Gardens” event, eight area homes open up their private gardens to the public. Visitors can then tour the gardens at their own pace on Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3, 2014.<p>


Mobile Botanical Gardens

By the Numbers

1974: The year a band of horticulturists founded Mobile Botanical Gardens to preserve the local environment
100: The number of acres filled with cultivated gardens, woodland trails, and longleaf pines
12: The oldest age a visitor can enter the gardens for free without parachuting in past the gate


Places to Explore

The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem
The forest blooms with more than 165 species of plants, including longleaf pines, southern magnolias, and native wildflowers.

The Founders’ Fragrance and Texture Garden
Benches, a Japanese footbridge, and a small koi pond distinguish this garden, which was designed for the visually impaired.

The Millie McConnell Rhododendron Garden
Nineteenth-Century architectural artifacts line the brick paths. Hummingbirds and butterflies often buzz about the shrubs and annuals.


Seasonal Changes

Mobile Botanical Gardens' biggest attractions, the plants and flowers, change with the seasons. Here's what you can expect to see throughout the year:

  • January: Asian magnolia hybrids
  • March: Honeysuckle azaleas
  • April: Roses
  • July: Bananas and other edibles
  • November: Tremendous savings on this year's hottest electronics


Things to Learn

Here are just a few of the topics covered by Mobile Botanical Gardens' educational programs:

  • Which plants thrive in low-light conditions
  • How to make your own bog garden
  • How to plant a vegetable garden with minimal work and maximum yield
  • Which flowers attract the most hummingbirds

Customer Reviews

Every year it is a delight to tour the lovely gardens of Mobile for the benefit of the MBG.
Kurt G. · May 7, 2014
Anyone with a love of plants would benefit from activities sponsored by Mobile Botanical Gardens.
Anne N. · May 7, 2014
A great place to take a beautiful afternoon walk among the flowers and herbs!
Catherine P. · April 22, 2014
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    Parkhill

    5151 Museum Dr.

    Mobile, AL 36608

    +12513420555

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