Columbus Botanical Garden
The Columbus Botanical Garden’s mission is to preserve a portion of the rapidly diminishing open space in Columbus and to provide the public with a unique educational facility that is based on environmental awareness, horticulture, historic preservation and agricultural values. This facility shall strive to inspire and leave a lasting impression on those who visit.
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1910s: Adams Family Purchase the Farmhouse
1999: Columbus Botanical Garden is Founded
2000: Adams Farmhouse is Restored
2002-2004: First Master Plan
2005-2006: Adams Farmhouse Renovated
2007: First Executive Director
2008: The Garden Grows
2008: The Joann Holt Walking Trail Dedication
2009: Membership Benefits and Additional Expansion
2010: Grants Awarded
2013: Sam M Wellborn Camellia Garden Dedication
2014: New Executive Director, Matt Whiddon