Herb Shop

Herb Shop 2022 Workshops Videos The Herbalist shop : The Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Garden Discover the medicinal and aromatic plants garden and its Herbalist shop! Covering approximately one acre, this garden features over 100 species of perennials, annuals and...

Pollinating insects

Pollinating insects: a vital force to protect Everywhere on the planet, we observe the decline of pollinating insects, especially bees and bumblebees, wild and domestic. Beekeepers and farmers are very concerned about the magnitude of the problem. About 40% of the...

Phasmids

Phasmids This unique exhibition features a very special type of insect from the phasmid order. They have a few nicknames: stick insect, leaf insect or twig insect. They are camouflage and mimicry experts which makes them very intriguing and mysterious. A ton of...

Mosaiculture

Mosaicultures Mosaïculture is an art where they use plants to accomplish drawings. The origin of mosaicultures goes back to the embroidery bed of the 16th and 17th centuries. At the end of the 1860s, the term “mosaiculture” is used for the first time by a...

Thematic Gardens

Thematic Gardens In addition to our medicinal and aromatic plants garden and Khronos, the New Brunswick Botanical Garden features several thematic gardens: The Rose Garden A magnificent collection of rosebush decorates this garden, which is simply exquisite. Almost...

Contact Us

Contact Us Address:  C.P. 162915 boulevard Isidore-Boucher BDEdmundston, New BrunswickE7B 1A3 Phone:  1 (506) 737-4444 Email: info@jardinNBgarden.com GPS Coordinates Decimal Degree: 47.439769, -68.395093Degrees:Minutes:Seconds: 47° 26′ 23.2″N 68° 23′...

Vision & Mission

Vision & Mission Vision The New Brunswick Botanical Garden wants to be a place of discovery, learning and conservation of plant diversity. It also aims to demonstrate the links between the arts and nature as well as those between humans, science and the...

History

History With the efforts and hard work of many devoted volunteers, the NBBG opened its doors in June 1993. A lack of funding almost brought the NBBG to an end, just a few years after its inauguration. Fortunately, the Botanical Garden was saved from this threat by the...

Who Are We?

Who Are We? Letter of recognition – In french We are a team of passionate people, who make every effort to provide you with a unique experience. Who will you run into in the garden? As soon as you arrive, we will greet you with a smile and be happy to give you...