The Power of Pollinators
October 1 - November 21
Surrounded by vibrant sunflowers and native plantings, the exhibit is displayed in the Oval Lawn now through November 21.
THE POWER OF POLLINATORS
Explore a collection of unique and whimsical pollinator houses, five larger-than-life bird nests, and informative discovery signage introducing all ages to the importance of native pollinators and the wonder of birds.
Created by a local woodworker and the Bok Tower Gardens Education Team, the pollinator houses and bird nests are living art pieces.
The Power of Pollinators compliments the newest Hammock Hollow installation – a six-foot-tall hand-woven Florida scrub-jay nest and giant eggs where children can play at a birds-eye view.
Let your imagination take flight this fall. Explore how our connection to bees, butterflies, and birds powers the world around us with a variety of exhibits, educational programs, and special events.
Bok Tower Gardens is open from 8 am-6 pm with the last car admitted at 5 pm. The Blue Palmetto Cafe and The Shop at Bok are Open. Pinewood Estate Historical tours are not available. Visitors are required to have a mask and it must be worn when arriving at the entrance gate, while interacting with Bok Tower Gardens staff, and when inside interior spaces. Learn more here!
Fall Into the Gardens, including The Power of Pollinators is sponsored in part by