What’s in Bloom at the Green Bay Botanical Garden?

Posted on 4-04-2024

Even with the recent snowy weather, they’re starting to see early spring flowers pop up at the Green Bay Botanical Garden!

Plan to stop in as more than 350,000 spring blooms wake up and show off their flower power. Peak bloom typically happens around mid-May, depending on the weather.

Spring Blooms Timeline

Early April: snowdrops, dwarf irises, Lenten roses, and more

Mid-April to Early May: early daffodils, windflowers, and various perennials

Early May: more daffodils, magnolias, hyacinths, fritillaria, and early tulips

Mid-May: Peak bloom! Various tulips, magnolias, daffodils, and perennials

Mid-May to End of May: Final days! Tulips, bleeding hearts, Adirondack crabapple tree blossoms, irises, and more

Ultimately, nature decides when flowers bloom so VISIT OFTEN to see the latest!