Self-Guided for PreK-12th Grade

Wildflower Creations with Alcohol Inks

Movies in the Wild

Learning Stations 3rd-5th

Learning Stations K-2nd

Scout Troop

Earth Camp

Small Group Guided Walk

Brown Bag Lunch

Self-Guided Adult Group

Group Guided Tour

Luminations

 

When temperatures drop and nights grow long, the Wildflower Center becomes a naturally magical place. Experience countless luminarias and lights, guiding you through the Center's gardens to new delights. Join us for two nightly performances by the aerial dance company Blue Lapis Light, wintry songs performed by various community groups, free hot chocolate and food for purchase from Royal Fig Catering, Tito's Handmade Vodka cocktails and other libations poured by The North Door, and visit the Wildflower Store for a wonderful selection of seasonal gifts and mementos.

Make Luminations your most memorable winter tradition!

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Native Plant Society of Texas Spring Symposium

Winter Tree Fest

Winter Care for Native Plants

Art Classes

Artists have long enjoyed the spoils of working outdoors, including capturing natural light, witnessing true color and movement in nature, and taking in fresh air and birdsongs. Aspiring naturalists can also benefit from slowing down to observe and document species. Become a keen observer and learn about composition, value, perspective and color through demonstration and practice. All levels welcome.

Members, be sure to sign in (upper right corner) to receive your discount.

Tree Pruning

Artists have long enjoyed the spoils of working outdoors, including capturing natural light, witnessing true color and movement in nature, and taking in fresh air and birdsongs. Aspiring naturalists can also benefit from slowing down to observe and document species. Become a keen observer and learn about composition, value, perspective and color through demonstration and practice. All levels welcome.

Members, be sure to sign in (upper right corner) to receive your discount.

Plant Sale

Gardening for Newcomers

Take walks in and around Austin to new levels. Learn the basics of plant identification, including how to use a plant key, with Dr. Karen Clary, Wildflower Center Director of Conservation. This class will spend a lot of eyes-on and hands-on time outside identifying plants in Center gardens and on our trails. Students will also be introduced to conservation of rare plants and identification of invasive plant species (and how to fight them).

Members, be sure to sign in (upper right corner) to receive your discount.

Lady Bird Day

Public Tour

Nature Nights

Austin Museum Day

Pre-K Guided Visit

Member Event

Native Plant Gardening Series

Ready to make your yard, garden or land a paradise with native plants? This series of six classes covers design, plant knowledge, instillation, maintenance and pest management.

Class dates are March 9, 10 (if attending "Large-Scale Landscape Design rather than Small-Lot), 16, and 23 from 9am-4pm. Save by signing up for the series option.

 

Members, sign in (upper right corner) for your discount.

HH-IM-Comm Department Meeting

APGA Education Symposium

Children's Book Fair

SE: Tuesday Twilights

Youth Classes

Internal Meetings

HH-IM-Comm/Events Meeting

Birthday Party

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HH-IM-GE Managers Meeting

LIB-IM-GE Dept Meeting

LIB-IM-Facility Usage Meeting

HH-IM-HORT

HH-IM-Directors Meeting

LIB-IM-Directors & Managers Meeting

AUD-IM-Staff Meeting

HH-IM-Guest Services Meeting