Join us for two world-premier live children's theater shows at the U.S. Botanic Garden this fall.
Monarch butterfly on coneflower
Cathedral Root sculpture in front of U S Botanic Garden Conservatory
Fall Bartholdi Fountain and Conservatory
Close-up photo of white orchid flower
Visitors with root plants in Exposed exhibit
Bee on a flower in the Children's Garden

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The U.S. Botanic Garden has a living collection, which means blooms change on a daily basis. Don't miss some of the unique plants that bloom at the USBG! Read more »
Plant roots are vital components of the earth’s ecosystem, but because they are out of sight, their beauty and importance often go unnoticed. Our current exhibit uses the work of agricultural ecologist Dr. Jerry Glover, sculptor Steve Tobin, and photographer Jim Richardson to showcase the importance of roots through visually stunning root representations Read more »
Landscape For Life shows you how to work with nature in your garden, no matter where you live, whether you garden on a city or suburban lot, a 20-acre farm or the common area of your condominium. Read more »
SITES v2 Rating System, the most comprehensive system for developing sustainable landscapes has been released by the Sustainable Sites Initiative(tm) for use by landscape architects, designers, engineers, architects, developers, policymakers and others who work in land design and development. Read more »
The National Fund supports the educational outreach activities at the U.S. Botanic Garden. Read more »