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Admission: Free to the public!
Open daily from 7am - 5 pm, except for the day after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Leashed pets welcome.
Our entrances are located at:
12520 Ulmerton Road, Largo FL, 33774
12211 Walsingham Road, Largo, FL 33774
The Gardens are a 100-acre Park,
managed by the
Pinellas County Parks and Conservation Resources Department
that inspires and educates visitors by showcasing flora, fauna and natural resources in motivational surroundings that promote environmentally friendly techniques.
Centrally located in Pinellas County,
he Gardens share the Pinewoods Campus with
Pinellas County Extension
, providing visitors with a one stop location where they can learn about Pinellas County's history, enjoy cultural arts and discover its native habitats, plants and wild life.
The Gardens has a number of unique demonstration gardens
where visitors can relax and learn.
Come enjoy our plant collections as you stroll along our many ADA compliant walkways. Sorry, but we do not have wheelchairs or scooters for rent on site.
Looking to hold your big event at the Florida Botanical Gardens?
Currently, Delectables Fine Catering, Inc. is available to provide event planning services for a private event or
at the Florida Botanical Gardens. Please contact Delectables Fine Catering directly for information on pricing, booking, permits and services. Contact Delectables Catering at
by phone at 727-781-1200.
Click Here to Learn More!
Sponsor the Children's Discovery Garden
The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation presents the plans to build the new Children's Discovery Garden (CDG) at the Florida Botanical Gardens. We have been working on this project for the last year and a half, and we are very excited to announce it to the public.
View the Site Plans
Click above to view the site plans, rendered images and learn more about the proposed Children's Discovery Garden, or visit: