Naples Garden Garden expects to resume full events and exhibitions for 2021 – 22. A 170-hectare site dedicated to the site, with inspiring art exhibitions and displays, as well as community favorites such as music in the garden and the Naples flower show and garden market.
Local artist Patrick Dougarti’s STICKWORK season headline. Dowherti and his son Sam wear tree saplings in complex and shocking miracles that cast a dream-like quality around them. They create each piece specifically for the site, resulting in a unique portfolio of sculptures like the 300-plus international sites they were built on. With the help of hand-picked volunteers, a paternal group will arrive in November to coordinate this new load. The creatures live in the cape of the Caribbean for about two years.
The Dougert sculpture process inspired the current theme, intertwined. Programs, exhibitions, garden exhibitions, tours, and publications explore the interrelationships in nature, the important connections between people and their environment, and the strengths of respecting those connections.
The garden continues to follow public health advice and follows disease control and prevention centers to reduce the spread of COVID-19. For the latest information, visit naplesgarden.org.
STICKWORK ART – October 1, 2021 – January 9, 2022
The exhibition is made up of 17 photographs and two one-on-one interactive sculptures by local artist Patrick Daggertin. Improved with multimedia displays and interpretive materials, STICKWORK provides insight into the artist’s mind, his process, his choice of materials, and the way he respects nature and invites curiosity. Enjoy it before you arrive in Douala, or watch it together with the latest load on the grass of the Capitol Caribbean garden.
November 2021 – 2023
In three weeks’ time, North Carolina-based environmentalist Patrick Dowgeti, his son Sam, and hand-picked local volunteers will turn 75,000 pounds of willow sapling into a deep structure on the grass of the Capernic Caribbean. Only after the shape is complete will the dwarf be given a name, selecting a title that reflects the shape, location, or mood. The project will last for about two years.
Weaved Fiber Arts Now – April 8 – June 26, 2022
Five local fiber artists will come together to showcase and celebrate fiber art at this first exhibition, all using nature and paradise as a source of inspiration. Gob itors are invited to participate in a community weaving project that will open on weekends.
Johnsonville Night Lights b Garden – November 26 – December 23; December 26-30, and January 1-2, 2022.
Discover the natural beauty of plants from tropical and subterranean environments as thousands of lights shine through the garden each year.
Ikebana Show – February 18 – 20, 2022
Ikibana, a centuries-old flower arrangement based on meditation art, traditional philosophy, and ancient Japanese mythology. Its modern interpretation improves our habitat by touching nature. Hosted by IKB and International # 160 in Naples, the exhibition will showcase designs at schools in Ekenobo, Segetu, Sensho Ekenobo and Ohara.
Naples Orchid Association Showcase And Sale – February 25–27, 2022
Orchids abound at this annual festival, which celebrates the beauty of these beauties. The show is full of multi-species and hybrid award-winning orchids, orchid art displays, and showcases and cut-out arrangements. Vendors offer a wide range of herbal and orchid care options.
Naples Flower Show and Garden Market – March 18 – 19, 2022
The annual Naples Flower Show between the Garden and the Naples Garden Club has grown into the largest court in Florida, giving guests the opportunity to enjoy stunning floral designs, floral arts, tropical plants, educational displays and interactive displays. This year’s show vision – past, present, future.
Flowers and Beer – April 16, 2022, 6-10 p.m.
Suggest a glass for the herbs that make beer! Enjoy the sunset, experience the garden at night, enjoy the bites you can buy from Fog Cafe, and enjoy sample craft beers from the micro breweries. Tickets include beer samples and a commemorative Blooms & Brews glass.
Music in the garden; Local musicians admire the performance of the water park on the second Saturday of each month from October to June. Showtime hours are October – May and May afternoon – 2pm – 2-4pm. Dates – October 9, November 13, December 11, January 8, February 12, March 12, April 9, May 14, June 11.
Sunset Wednesday: There is nothing that can win the winter in Florida. The garden will remain open until 8 p.m. Every Wednesday, February, March and April.
About Naples Plantation Garden
Naples Botanical Garden is a 170-hectare international garden with vegetation around the world. The garden offers arts, culture, youth, and adult education, protection, safety, and volunteer programs that contribute to quality of life on site and online at naplesgarden.org in southwestern Florida.
Winter working hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Regular admission is $ 20 for adults and $ 10 (4-14) for children. Members and children 3 and under get free. Residents of Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties will be pleased to receive discounts from June 1 – September 30.