MONTANA Botanical Park

"Perserve, Protect, Enhance and Assist"

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" Springtime Surprises and Textures "

This month's newsletter is a visual one. Here's a sampling of garden vignettes discovered between the May rain showers. 


New this season are 2 naturalized bulb gardens. These are located on the west side of the Eagle Bridge. Watch as these areas and color grow each year !




Tulips - Bison Exhibit

Tulips - Tiger Garden

U P C O M I N G   E V E N T S

Botanical Society Meeting

Next meeting...

Thursday June 6

9:30 a.m. ZooMontana

Flower Planting Day

Monday June 3, 2019

Available flowers will be in the Sensory Garden for planting and nurturing!

Greenhouse Flowers

The greenhouse is now open for flower shopping. The pre-orders and requests are in the process of being planted so everything left in the greenhouse is available to be taken and planted in the gardens starting Monday June 3 and available anytime after that.

Volunteer Day


Monday June 10, 2019

Interested in becoming a garden or Zoo volunteer. Check out the "Workshop" and "Volunteer" pages. The Volunteer Hotline is posted there plus a contact e-mail form. Or, just show up Monday mornings and meet the gardeners and get a tour of the gardens.

If you have any garden news you would like to share or feel the urge to volunteer at the gardens please feel free to e-mail us at:


The Botanical Society at ZooMontana's mission is to preserve, protect, enhance and assist in funding the botanical gardens and natural environments of ZooMontana, to provide education in botany, ecology and conservation, and to provide a beautiful environment for the enhancement of the mental and physical health of our community.