10% discount for members
The Conservatory’s boutique gift shop and greenhouse offers an eclectic array of home and garden décor, jewelry and accessories, and items created by local artists. Botanica can ship merchandise (excluding plants) anywhere in the continental U.S. No admission fee is required to visit Botanica.
Handblown glass items created on site
Seasonal home décor
Bonsai, seasonal and tropical house plants
Gardening tools and supplies
Butterfly-themed gifts include stationery, books, home decor, butterfly gardening accessories and children's educational items. A new book, The Butterflies of Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, provides information about the butterflies featured in Blooms & Butterflies.
Take the exhibition home with Painted Lady butterfly larvae. Watch the fascinating process of metamorphosis, then release your adult butterfly into your garden or local park.
Mother's Day Plant Sale
Saturday, May 10 & Sunday, May 11
Shop a variety of spring annuals, perennials, and vegetables. Members:
Receive 20% off during a members-only presale Saturday, 9–10am.
Many easy-to-grow vegetables, grown by the Conservatory from GMO-free seeds, including: Indigo Rose Tomatoes, Applegreen Eggplant, Sugar Baby Watermelons, Green Globe Artichokes and Clemson Spineless Okra.
Potted edibles including Raspberries, Blueberries, Kiwi Vine and Carolina Pineberries.
Unusual annuals, herbs, bulbs and perennials such as Japanese Cobra Lily, Baby Tut Cyperus, Fiber Optic Grass, Patio Citrus Bush, Patchouli, Mojito Mint, Eucalyptus and Hummingbird Sage, perfect for creating a butterfly garden, fragrance garden or a tropical paradise.
Perfect Mother’s Day gifts: Japanese String Gardens, terrariums, teacups planted with herbs, small pallet gardens and hand-blown glass planted with begonias, and more.
Botanica reflects the Conservatory’s mission to provide visitors with an exceptional botanical experience, educational opportunities, and an appreciation of art and nature. Purchases made at Botanica help support the Conservatory’s horticulture and educational programs.