Enjoy a live concert in the Gazebo Garden, featuring The Brothers Quinn! This months’ concert will feature The Brothers Quinn in the Gazebo Garden, weather permitting. Bring your chairs or blankets! Concert attendees are welcome to set up beginning at 5 p.m. Food and beverages will be available beginning at 5 p.m. Concert to, Read More

Think Spring and Join us for our Annual Plant Sale! Here’s what you need to know: Plant Sales are open to the general public! The sale includes compost, a wide range of vegetables, herbs, perennials and shrubs. Free parking, please follow the directional signs off of Palmer Drive, on Sharon Road. Check out the, Read More

Think Spring and Join us for our Annual Plant Sale! Here’s what you need to know: Plant Sales are open to the general public! The sale includes compost, a wide range of vegetables, herbs, perennials and shrubs. Free parking, please follow the directional signs off of Palmer Drive, on Sharon Road. Check out the, Read More

Think Spring and Join us for our Annual Plant Sale! Here’s what you need to know: Plant Sales are open to the general public! The sale includes compost, a wide range of vegetables, herbs, perennials and shrubs. Free parking, please follow the directional signs off of Palmer Drive, on Sharon Road. Check out the, Read More

Enjoy this Membership Perk! Shop the Spring Plant Sale in advance of the public, enjoy complimentary beer, wine, soda and snacks while you browse. Don’t forget, you will also receive 10% off all purchases! Plant Sale Preview receptions are open to RBG Members only as an opportunity to purchase items from the plant sale, Read More

The 2018 Spring Symposium will Feature Megan Cain, Richard Hawke and Mark Dwyer. Download or Print the Spring Symposium Flyer Megan Cain Megan will present Beyond the Herb Rack: There are few greater delights than grabbing a handful of fresh herbs to complete your evening meal. And creatively incorporating herbs into your garden design can, Read More

Rotary “Boo”tanical Gardens: Halloween Walk Rotary “Boo”tanical Gardens invites you to enjoy a family-friendly Halloween experience! Join us for a Halloween Walk on October 31, 2017. This event is for families with children who are looking for a safe place to enjoy Halloween night. Don’t forget to wear your spooktacular costume!   Suggested donation:, Read More

Post by Patrea Wilson. When I was a child, my mom told me that the warm, calm days of early summer were “butterfly days” in Wisconsin, and I believe that to be true. But, this year, during a rare 70⁰ F day in February, I was astounded to see a white butterfly merrily flitting, Read More

Marsha Mood, a local photographer and RBG Volunteer, shares her story with us in a recent Edgerton Reporter article. Marsha’s love of photography brought her to the Gardens, over four years ago, and she’s been hooked ever since. The ever changing, natural beauty of the Gardens brings Marsha back, almost every day, to take photographs., Read More