COLUMBUS BOTANICAL GARDEN
About The Garden
Located on 36 acres of green space in north Columbus, GA. We currently have 4 developed acres with a 10 year plan for new gardens to come. We are pleased to provide an attractive venue and colorful setting for photography, special events, horticultural seminars, and community learning.
Discover The Garden
It’s A Special Time To Be At The Garden As We Work Hard To Realize The Full Potential For Good That A Botanical Garden Can Have In Our Community.
Whether your interests lie with learning about the natural world, being inspired by different landscape design styles, marveling at the wildlife you can find in a garden, or relaxing at a special event among friends, we’ve got you covered at the Columbus Botanical Garden. We’re excited about our new gardens and fresh educational opportunities we are planning. Come visit us to enjoy the full range of outdoor recreation, educational and enrichment opportunities we’ve put together for you, and learn about the different ways you can engage with the garden as a visitor, a volunteer or a member. Click on the images below to learn more about some of our special landscapes and how you could be involved.
The Columbus Botanical Garden celebrates the beauty, inspiration, and wonder of the natural world, educating current and future stewards of its care.
An indispensable community asset bringing together beautiful and diverse plants and people.
Beauty, preservation, stewardship, education, and collaboration
Come and visit our rose, cottage, herb, vegetable and camellia gardens. Also, explore our new additions – a perennial wildflower collection, pollinator garden, and ginkgo shade garden.
Join us to learn from experienced speakers on a variety of topics. We offer educational programming for both children and adults as well as cultural events.
Workshops & Events
Take a stroll along our tree shaded, mile long trail through the mixed hardwood forest.
Jo Ann Holt Walking Trail
Shop our annual plant sale for the best selection of blooms, crafts, and more.
See a diverse array of native songbirds along our trails and at our feeding stations.
Enjoy historic structures like the 1898 Farmhouse, Gin House, Milking Barn and Pole Barn.