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April 2023
Apr 06
Apr 06, 2023April 6, 2023 – May 31, 2023
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April 6, 2023 @ 8:00 am May 31, 2023 @ 5:00 pm

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Apr 29
Apr 29, 20238:00 am – 5:00 pm
ORIGINS: Patricia Cavazos

April 29, 2023 @ 8:00 am 5:00 pm

Inspired by Mexican folk art and her many visits to Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul, Patricia Cavazos uses vivid colors and forms to tell stories of the culture and history of her homeland, Mexico. ORIGINS: Patricia Cavazos is on view in Fogg Café.

With a focus on the depiction of Aztec deities, this spotlight exhibition in Fogg Café highlights Aztec culture and mythology through intricate and abstract textile artwork.

About the Artist

Patricia Cavazos was born in Monterrey, México, and migrated to the United States in 2000. She started her professional career as an architect but soon realized her passion was creating art. In 2013, she moved to Germany where she worked in costumes and scenery in the Theater Department at the International School of Düsseldorf. In 2016, Cavazos returned to the United States. Her inspiration comes from folk art, ethnic groups, and traditional crafts. She is a multimedia artist and has been exhibited internationally.

Top Image: The Birth of Huitzilopochtli, Patricia Cavazos, 2022, Textile art, (21” x 26”)

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Date:
April 29, 2023
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8:00 am-5:00 pm
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May 2023
May 11
May 11, 20231:00 pm – 5:00 pm
New Event

May 11, 2023 @ 1:00 pm 5:00 pm

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May 25
May 25, 20238:00 am – 5:00 pm
Mexico: A Celebration of Plants & Culture
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May 25, 2023 @ 8:00 am 5:00 pm

“Mexico: A Celebration of Plants & Culture,” is a yearlong exploration of Mexico’s plants and their cultural connections. The season features major art exhibitions — including a botanical homage to artist Frida Kahlo — new festivals, and the return of annual favorites, such as Johnsonville Night Lights in the Garden.

Plants offer a window into culture, lifestyle, faith, and tradition, as well as an opportunity to consider connections between communities. Southwest Florida and portions of Mexico share a tropical wet forest ecosystem and many overlapping plant species. Mexico is the birthplace of crops such as corn, beans, and tomatoes that are essential to cuisines around the world. It harbors 10% of the world’s flora, making it one of the most biodiverse places on Earth and underscoring Naples Botanical Garden’s commitment to plant conservation throughout South Florida, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

June 2023
Jun 01
Jun 01, 20239:30 am – 2:30 pm
Summer Resident Discount
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June 1, 2023 @ 9:30 am 2:30 pm

Residents of Collier, Lee, and Charlotte Counties receive discounted admission all summer long! Resident Adults are $12, children 4-17 are $3.

Please have ID or relevant documentation available on arrival to Ticketing windows.

May not be combined with other discounts. 

Jun 01
Jun 01, 20239:30 am – 2:30 pm
STICKWORK

June 1, 2023 9:30 am 2:30 pm

November 2021 – August 2023 in Kapnick Caribbean Garden 
Sea Change, an intricately woven Stickwork Sculpture by Patrick Dougherty installed at Naples Botanical Gardens, Naples, Florida, USA

Four individual, but interconnected circles swoop and fold with “waves” of woven saplings passing over one another. Dougherty’s site-specific design creates a feeling of grandeur and openness, allowing you to see in, out, and through it into the surrounding landscape.

Sea Change, 2021
Patrick Dougherty (b. 1945)
Material: Pussy willow (Salix discolor) from Québec, Canada; Coastal plain willow (Salix caroliniana) harvested at Naples Botanical Garden
16’ H x 70’ L x 16’ W


North Carolina-based sculptor and environmental artist Patrick Dougherty, his son, Sam, and handpicked local volunteers have transformed approximately 30,000 pounds of willow saplings into an immersive structure on the Kapnick Caribbean Garden lawn. The work will remain on-site for approximately two years.

This exhibition is included with Garden admission.


Watch a timelapse video of the building of Sea Change https://www.youtube.com/embed/LH4jN6c84n4


ABOUT STICKWORK

STICKWORK is the signature sculpture of environmental artist, Patrick Dougherty, who has created these site-specific, interactive community art installations all over the world. They are instantly recognizable by their organic, twisting forms made of sticks and whimsical silhouettes.

Dougherty’s unique works of art truly become part of the landscape and have been described as unexpected and wild, yet elegant. He often uses materials native to the surroundings to create his transitory works of art, each unique to its location.


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Jun 01
Jun 01, 20239:30 am – 2:30 pm
Daily Tours

June 1, 2023 9:30 am 2:30 pm

Daily Tours

Take a staff-led daily tour included with Garden admission. Reserve your spot in person the day of your visit by checking in with a staff member at the Information Station Kiosk on the Smith Entry Prow. Please arrive early, as these free tours are popular and fill up quickly! Each tour is 45 minutes with up to 16 guests per tour.

Refer to the Daily Schedule posted in the Garden upon arrival to view the tour schedule for the day.


June Through September 2023

Daily Tours June through September 2023 are offered three times daily, 10:30am, 11:30am, and 12:30pm.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 
10:30am Natural AreasOrchids & EpiphytesWater Features & Aquatic PlantsCacti & SucculentsPollinators & PlantsPlants Mexico Gave the WorldComida y Cultura
11:30am Highlights & HistoryHighlights & HistoryHighlights & HistoryHighlights & HistoryHighlights & HistoryHighlights & HistoryHighlights & History
12:30pm Natural AreasOrchids & EpiphytesWater Features & Aquatic PlantsCacti & SucculentsPollinators & PlantsPlants Mexico Gave the WorldComida y Cultura

About the Tours

History & Highlights: Discover the beauty of the cultivated gardens, learn highlights of our history and conservation efforts, and immerse yourself in landscape design in this guided journey through Naples Botanical Garden.

Natural Areas: Naples Botanical Garden is the ideal place for people to learn about native Florida ecosystems and best practices for conservation. Learn about the habitats and wildlife in the Preserve on this guided walk.

Orchids & Epiphytes: Naples Botanical Garden has a great variety of orchids and epiphytes growing throughout the gardens. Join us on a guided journey to look up, down, and all around at these plants that may be hiding in plain sight!

Art & Special Exhibitions: Join us as we explore pieces of art in the Garden’s permanent collection and this year’s special exhibitions.

Water Features & Aquatic Plants: Take a deeper look at the water features throughout the Garden! On this guided walk, you will learn about aquatic plants and the hidden secrets of our water features.

Cacti & Succulents: Discover the vast and surprising world of cacti and succulents. More than sharp spines, these plants have spent thousands of years adapting to the driest climates on the planet.

Pollinators & Plants: Discover the world of pollinators, big and small. From bees to bats to snails, you’ll gain insight into the irresistible lures plants have developed to pique a pollinator’s interest; thus, ensuring each party’s survival.

Plants Mexico Gave the World: Discover a variety of popular plants that hail from Mexico. From the food on your plates to the décor in your yard, Mexican plants help societies flourish and nourish populations across the globe.

Comida Y Cultura: Discover the variety of edible plants from Mexico and the ways in which these plants have influenced not only Mexican culture, but cultures around the world.

Looking to schedule a group tour? Please click HERE for more information.

Jun 01
Jun 01, 202310:00 am – 11:00 am
Nature Journaling

June 1, 2023 , 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Every Thursday
10 – 11am | Kapnick Caribbean Garden

Head to Nina’s Pavilion with your journal and pencils to explore nature during this informal creative arts meetup. 

Jun 01
Jun 01, 202311:00 am – 2:30 pm
Dig Deeper

June 1, 2023 @ 11:00 am 2:30 pm

Take a little thyme to become a Garden sage.

Join Garden staff for a chat about a different topic every day, learn about what we do and how we do it, and start seeing the Garden from a new perspective. Topics might include using adaptive tools, re-potting orchids, propagating succulents, and much more.


Daily at 11am and 1pm

Included with Garden admission; free for Members



Programs

Programs are subject to change. Please consult the daily activities list posted at the Garden when you visit.

Commonly rotating topics include:

  • All About Air Plants
  • Botanical Battles
  • Botany of Brewing – Beer Edition
  • Botany of Brewing – Cider Edition
  • Botany of Brewing – Coffee
  • Botany of Brewing – Mezcal and Tequila
  • Bounty of Bromeliads
  • Cacti, Succulents, and Spines, Oh My!
  • Feeling Hot! Edible Pepper Varieties
  • Funky Fruits
  • Ghost Orchid Encounter
  • Herb Crash Course
  • I Bought an Orchid – Now What?
  • It’s a Sign! Understanding Plant Labels in the Garden
  • Kitchen Scrap Gardening
  • Mangroovin’
  • Monarchs of Mexico
  • Myth Busters: Orchid Edition
  • Myth Busters: Palm-spiracy
  • Oh, My Gourd!
  • Oh Wow, Cacao!
  • Preserving Plant Specimens
  • Seeing is BeLEAFing
  • Spice Series – Achiote
  • Swipe Right! A Match Made in Nature
  • The Buzz on Pollen
  • The Buzz South of the Border
  • The Spice is Right
  • The Spice is Right – Spices of Mexico

Read more details about each topic HERE.

Jun 02
Jun 02, 20239:30 am – 2:30 pm
Summer Resident Discount

June 2, 2023 @ 9:30 am 2:30 pm

Residents of Collier, Lee, and Charlotte Counties receive discounted admission all summer long! Resident Adults are $12, children 4-17 are $3.

Please have ID or relevant documentation available on arrival to Ticketing windows.

May not be combined with other discounts.