Help Us Build A New Home For Our

"Dancing Cranes"

The Rill and Reflecting Pool, a part of the Garden's Master Plan, will initiate our second phase of installation and expansion.  The "Dancing Cranes" proposed site is to be The Rill and Reflecting Pool in our White Garden with terminus on the Event Lawn.

  • Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. donated a beautiful bronze sculpture “Dancing Cranes” by Lloyd LeBlanc from his private collection.  Currently, our new feathered friends are living in our lobby.  Installing the Rill and Reflecting Pool will provide a new home for them in our Garden.

  • Completing our Woodland Garden and Tree Walk is a priority.  A designed pathway and shade garden of rhododendrons, azaleas, hellebores, and other shade loving plants will be enjoyed by all.

 

You are an important part of our past.  And as we continue your journey with us into our future, we want to introduce the new home of our "DANCING CRANES".  

We invite you to visit the Garden to see this beautiful sculpture, currently living in our lobby.  Then stroll through the Garden and visualize their new home in the White Garden.

Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden was created to be a cultural treasure to share with our  surrounding communities.  As a donor, garden member, or community friend; we are asking for your support of the Garden Development Fund to begin work on these unique installations.

Please consider a gift, at any level, ensuring that the vision of Paul Ciener continues to

Inspire, Enlighten and Connect  our community.

 

Welcome to our Garden!

215 South Main Street

Kernersville, NC   27284 

336-996-7888

info@pjcbg.org

Garden Open Daily Dawn until Dusk

Welcome Center and Office Hours 

Monday-Friday; 9:00 am-5:00 pm

Gift Shop Hours 

Monday-Friday; 10:00 am-4:00 pm

While visiting, please . . . 

  • Respect our plants and remain on paths.

  • Keep your children in sight.

  • Pets are not allowed.  Service animals are always welcome.

  • No Smoking.  Keep our Garden smoke and tobacco free.  Tobacco is a threat to our plants.  Discarded cigarettes can cause mulch fires in our garden beds. 

  • Photography is always welcome but should not interfere with the enjoyment of other guests.  Professional photographers, please contact the office to coordinate your visit.

  • Artists are always welcome.  Please contact our office to coordinate your visit.  

  • Please follow any requests made by our Garden staff.

  • Visit the Garden often and please leave the Garden as you found it!