Sculpture in the Garden

Since its inception in 1988, Sculpture in the Garden has united the work of local artists with the curated landscapes of the North Carolina Botanical Garden to create a stunning and novel way to experience sculpture, the natural world, and the relationship between the two. The 2020 show opens on Sunday, September 13.

DeBerry Gallery

The Arthur S. DeBerry Gallery for Botanical Art and Illustration hosts regularly rotating exhibits of nature art and natural landscape subjects.

Paul Green Cabin

Nestled within our Mountain Habitat is the cabin where renowned North Carolina playwright, activist, and naturalist Paul Green did much of his writing. The cabin was moved to the Garden and restored in 1991. Walking into the cabin is like stepping back 100 years in time. Take a seat and learn more about Paul Green's literary and botanical legacy!

Educational Exhibits

We feature a rotating series of educational exhibits in the Pegg Exhibit Hall. Learn about birds, pollinators, seeds, and more! Currently featured: Saving our Wildflowers, part of our 2020: Year of the Wildflower exhibition.
Wildflowers of North Carolina

A Community Photo Exhibit

We’re looking for photographers of all ages and skill levels to submit photos of native flowers in North Carolina. Only have a smartphone? No problem! Whether in person or virtually, we will display selected photos in an exhibit in November and December.

A Gardenwide Exhibition

2020: Year of the Wildflower

In 2020, we’re celebrating and advocating for biodiversity with a year-long focus on native wildflowers. Classes, lectures, field trips, special events, educational exhibits, and art exhibits this year will highlight North Carolina native flowers.