The Gardens at Fifield were established to be more than an ornamental landscape-they are designed and managed to educate and demonstrate the value of plants in our daily lives. Whether it’s passive enjoyment during a stroll through the garden before a meeting or a class lab working on plant identification or an experimental plant trial, the gardens are a public horticulture resource that connects people and plants.
Your contribution will go toward:
• Education of students and the general public
• Class demonstrations and test plots
• Resource for plant identification and trials
• Publicly accessible demonstration garden
• Plant accessions and database management
• Construction of garden amenities (benches, signs, irrigation, etc), hardscapes (patios, pathways, planters, etc) and structures (arbors, trellises, shade pavilions, etc)