Sat, Apr 09|
Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden
Spectacular Tulip Bloom Celebration
Celebrate the 2022 Spectacular Tulip Bloom!
Time & Location
Apr 09, 2022, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, 215 S Main St, Kernersville, NC 27284, USA
About the Event
Celebrate the Spectacular Tulip Blooms with us. See the tulips in the Pattern Garden, talk to docents, take a specialty tour of the Garden, sit in on a lecture, make a flower, visit the Garden Shop (10am - 4pm), shop the spring plant sale (9am - 2pm), and more.
Lectures, tours, and family-friendly activities are FREE. Lectures will be held inside the Ballroom.
10:00am-4:00pm - Crafts on the Event Lawn
Join us on the Event Lawn and make a tulip to take home!
10:00-10:45am - Plants that Save the World
Wendi Hartup, Stormwater Manager, Town of Kernersville
Plants have amazing superpowers! Learn what plants clean the air, prevent erosion and improve water quality.
11:00-11:45am - Reynolda Gardens: What Was Old is New Again
Jon Roethling, Director, Reynolda Gardens
Once part of the R.J. and Katharine Reynolds estate and now part of Wake Forest University, the 135 acres that are Reynolda Gardens encompass everything from formal gardens to woodlands, rose gardens to meadows as well as a 1913 Lord and Burnham Greenhouse. Director of Reynolda Gardens in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Jon Roethling, will discuss bringing their 100-year-old garden into the 21st century.
1:00-1:45pm - Best of Shrubs
Adrienne Roethling, Director, Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden
Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden has an extensive collection of shrubs that enhance our permanent displays. Adrienne Roethling, Director of Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, will discuss a variety of shrubs including those with multi-season appeal, interesting foliage, and striking flowers.
2:00-3:00pm - Tour the Japanese Garden Vignette
Josh Williams, Garden Manager, Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden
Located in the far corner of the Garden, the Japanese Garden Vignette is one of the newest garden spaces. It features Eastern inspired design principles and over 50 varieties of Asiatic maples. Josh will lead a tour and discuss the design of this garden space and highlight some of plants growing there. Limited to 25 attendees, reserve your spot below.
Japanese Garden Vignette Tour$0.00