The Arts and Environment Garden is located between the Environment, Physcology, Anthropology, and Sociology and Hagey Hall Buildings. The Arts and Env garden is a collaborative effort between the Arts and ENV faculty, students, and community members established in 2012. This space features a variety of native and non-native plants amongst themed ‘mini-gardens’, which encourage pollinators to visit the urban area. The variety of themes allow visitors to experience different gardening and landscape styles in one place.
- Spring Bloom Garden
- Fern and Moss Garden
- Butterfly Garden
- Xeriscape (water conservation) Garden
- Native Plant Garden
- Zen Garden
- Wind Garden
Get to know all of the gardens on campus, and take a tour.