2021 Winter Newsletter

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Scarecrows in the Forest | Tips

Scarecrows will be subject to the weather for three months. They need to be constructed with weather-resistant materials and clothing that does not fade easily. Scarecrows must be free standing. Use of PVC and rebar in a container is recommended. Stuffing can be...

Scarecrows in the Forest | Rules

Scarecrows should not be more than six-feet tall. Set up and installation is by appointment. Contact Misha McRae at 305-296-1501 Each scarecrow will be assigned a number and location in the Garden. Your scarecrow should be free standing. A plaque will be provided that...

Register for Virtual Living Lab

Join us at #KWVirtualGarden for interactive, digital learning in the botanical garden. Programs for students pre-K-8 grade.

2020 Art in the Garden

  The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden opens its 10th Annual ART in the GARDEN displays on June 1. Meander over Garden boardwalks and down pathways through dappled shade cast by fresh greenscape, colorful blossoms and winged creatures of nature and...

COVID-19 Update: The Garden is open

KEY WEST, THE FLORIDA KEYS — The 15-acre Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden remains open to visitors every day, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Due to the hardships that business closures are putting on our community, all visitors are welcome free of charge. The...