Garden Gallery is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Conveniently
located left to the Garden entrance, the gallery is a visitor-friendly space to
display an array of delights for anyone who loves flowers, plants and design,
and just being green.
- Admission to the Garden Gallery during regular Garden hours is included
with the Tropical Rainforest Conservatory admission.
||2018 Camellia Show|
December 28, 2017 – February 25, 2018
Enter a world of brilliant color and delicate fragrance to delight your senses in weary winter. Learn more about camellia culture.
||Artworks and Artifacts of Hemp|
June 29 – August 31, 2016
Take a look at hemp fiber artworks and artifacts of Taiwanese and Austronesian aborigines. Explore the civilized use of hemp, its history and tradition in arts.
||Pressed Flower Art - A Light Touch on Foliage|
May 6 – June 12, 2016
Find out how flowers can endure the test of time, appreciate the preserved abundance of natural colors and delicate shapes, and explore the possibilities for endless creativity.
December 9, 2015 - January 3, 2016
Explore the miniature beauty of bonsai art, and learn how to grow and take care of potted plants.
December 4 - 27, 2015
Learn about practical knowledge about citrus and make your sense from the convoluted family tree of the citrus fruit.
||Artifacts Made from Plants|
June 26 - August 30, 2015
Take a look at over 150 exquisite artifacts made from aquatic plants, learn about the fun and practical aspects of aquatic plants, and get a better understanding about the plant's diversity.
March 27 - August 30, 2015
Explore the surprisingly beautiful and magical world of mushrooms, and take a look at the real neon green mushrooms (Mycena chlorophos).
||King of Fragrance|
November 12, 2014 - February 28, 2015
Explore the world of Cymbidiums, which have been a part of Chinese culture for many centuries, permeating Chinese history, legends, literature, and art.
July 7 - August 31,
Learn about symptoms, diagnosis, and life cycle of the
abnormal growths that occur on the plant's leaves, twigs, buds, stems, or
roots through various ways.
Jewelry Taiwanese Quinoa |
April 10 - June
Taiwanese Quinoa, known as djulis, is called ‘the ruby of
cereals’. Explore its history, value, uses, and cultivation, and learn how
to tell a good diet from a bad one.
January 10 - February 9, 2014
Discover how cultures around
the world rely on plants for everything from medicine to cosmetics on a
journey of the senses.
Display in Spring |
December 31, 2013 -
February 16, 2014
Take a glance at the Queen of Ornament, learn
about a brief history of the camellia, and find out the gardening tips for
camellias such as soil, watering, fertilizing, and pruning.
March 7 – June 16, 2013
Learn about bromeliads which add
quintessential tropical air to the Museum's Garden. Bromeliads
features tens of species of horticultural pineapple
Flower Art |
May 11 – June 3, 2012
Find out how flowers can endure the test of time. Appreciate the
preserved abundance of natural colors and delicate
Anthurium Show |
March 10 - August 29,
This flora exhibition showcases more than 90 species of
anthuriums either potted or mounted. They always remain an
December 24, 2010 – February 27, 2011
The show features
orchid exhibits in a wide variety of colors, shapes, sizes, and textures.
It provides visitors with a colorful sensory feast.
Lily Show October 19 – Mid November, 2010
Was there ever anything so white and pure and regal as the White
Trumph? Notice the bright sparkling colors of the freckled-faced Asiatics
and the sequin-studded satiny crimson of the Original Love. Smell the
Zantedeschia Show March 26 - April 21, 2010
Enjoy this spectacular flower show starring the elegant blooms
dramatically lit and infused with their purity and fragrance.
24 - November 1,2009 |
This delightful exhibition introduces visitors to
the colorful and richly diverse world of Aglaonema, a lucky foliage plant
to Chinese people.
Show March 12 – May 4,2009|
Explore the rich and colorful
world of this exquisite plant, and learn how Phalaenopsis industry forms
and develops in Taiwan.