Bonsai Gala 2022

Guys and Dolls get your ducat for a pair of C’s. Sold out. Call to be added to our wait list. 772-212-2791 Join Heathcote for our 11th annual Bonsai event this year with the roaring 1920’s theme. Come Dine, Dance and have a roaring good time! So, get your tickets today and mark your calendars […]

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Garden of Lights FAQ

2021 Garden of Lights Frequently Asked Questions   Discover the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about Garden of Lights. Questions specific to members can be found below.   How are you planning to handle Covid-19 this year? Heathcote Botanical Gardens follows all CDC guidelines. Hand sanitizer stations are set up in […]

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Fall Garden Festival

  Heathcote Botanical Garden cordially invites you, to join us in celebrating our 36th Fall Garden Festival, Saturday, October 15th, and Sunday, October 16th, 2022! Vendors selling plants, garden art, furniture, book, and garden accessories are invited to attend as well as plant societies and non-profits representing arts, conservation, and environmental groups. There is no […]

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Winner of Treasure Coast Choice Award

  HEATHCOTE BOTANICAL GARDENS – WINNER OF THE BEST LOCAL ATTRACTION IN ST. LUCIE COUNTY We thank all of our Members, Volunteers, and Visitors for their votes! We couldn’t do this without your support!  

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Rainforest

The water feature in the Rain Forest is in memory of Gloria Moore, which was made possible by designated contributions by members, volunteers, family, and friends of Gloria. The water feature idea was developed by Sam Comer, HBG Board member and was built by Florida Falls. Gloria was 1 of the “Band of 5” that […]

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Community Garden

Mother Nature partners with our hard-working volunteers to produce vegetables and more in the Community Garden. Local organic materials serve as mulch and compost, and no chemical fertilizers or pesticides are used. Fruit trees, herbs, and all sorts of veggies happily grow here. All the harvests are donated to Fort Pierce families in need.

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