Members of the Media:
Get in touch with us!

Thank you for your interest in learning more about Naples Botanical Garden. For all press inquiries, preferred image requests and media opportunities not listed below, please contact the Communications Department:

Jenny Fuentes, Communications Coordinator
239.315.7289 | jfuentes@naplesgarden.org

Non-media inquiries should be submitted through our Contact Us form.


Our Work

Naples Botanical Garden is a 170-acre, world-class garden paradise that features plants from around the world. The Garden provides arts, culture, youth and adult education, conservation, wellness, and volunteer programs that contribute to the quality of life in Southwest Florida. The Garden’s living collections are always evolving and developing, leaving our audiences with a deeper engagement with our curated gardens and Preserve, broadened with every visit. Read more about the history of the Garden and our mission here.

Logo, Media Gallery and Photography Policy

We encourage guests to take casual photographs and videos of their visit for their own personal use and on personal social media accounts. However, personal photographs and videos may not be used for commercial purposes. Read our full Photography Policy here.

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Media Gallery

To see a gallery of high-resolution images of the Garden for publication, click here.
If you need additional images, please send a request to jfuentes@naplesgarden.org.


Recent Press Releases

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Ongoing

The New Waterlily Competition
Now on display through Fall 2019

June 2, 2019 through 2022, Naples Botanical Garden hosts the International Waterlily & Water Gardening Society New Waterlily Competition. Members and guests have the opportunity to see hybridized varieties of the waterlily plant genus Nymphaea, with entirely new traits such as blooming, color, cold and heat hardiness, fragrance, form, unique foliage, and anything that favorably distinguishes it from what already exists.

                                      Press ReleaseCompetition Updates

Inner Beauty: A Photographic Celebration Of Naples Botanical Garden
On display November 15 – January 5

A photography exhibit featuring the work of award-winning photographer Paul Osborn will bring you up close and personal to the intricate, exquisite flowering plants and trees in the Garden’s collections.

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Events

To see what is happening during a specific time frame, please consult the Calendar of Events.

Fall Walk

This autumn holiday extravaganza features lights, music, a pumpkin patch, and activities throughout the Garden for the whole family to enjoy.

2019 Press Release | Event Page | Gallery


Night Lights in the Garden

Each winter, rediscover the natural beauty of plants from the tropics and subtropics as thousands of lights illuminate the Garden. This event is a seasonal staple in Southwest Florida.

2019 Press Release | Event Page | Gallery


Orchid Fest

Stunning flowering orchid displays, the opportunity to purchase a large selection of blooming plants and orchid supplies as well as several days of hands-on demonstrations, informative talks and child-friendly activities encompass this annual event.

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The Naples Flower Show

This is one of the largest juried shows in Florida, staged in partnership with the Naples Garden Club. It features designed exhibits and horticultural specimens, demonstrations and state-wide plant vendors.

2019 Press Release | Event Page | Gallery


Blooms & Brews

This festival celebrates local microbreweries and the plants that make beer happen, with plentiful samples, live music and the backdrop of Naples Botanical Garden to sunset and stars.

2019 Press Release | Event Page | Gallery


Music in the Garden

Local musical acts play Kapnick Hall as listeners kick back for a harmonious afternoon. The roster of performers spans across a variety of genres, with something for everyone to enjoy.

2019 Press Release | List of Upcoming Concerts | Gallery


Tasting the Tropics

Members and guests take their taste buds on a trip across the globe to sample fruit from the tropics, and even some of the less well-known fruiting plants grown here.

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