Botanica: Gift Shop and Greenhouse

Daily 10am–5pm

Phone: 614.715.8010

10% discount for members


The Conservatory’s boutique gift shop and greenhouse offers an eclectic array of  seasonal 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.

  • Hand-blown glass items created on site in the Hot Shop
  • Children’s items
  • Seasonal home décor
  • Handcrafted jewelry
  • Bonsai, seasonal and tropical houseplants
  • Gardening tools and supplies
This holiday season, beautiful home décor, handmade ornaments, candles, soaps and an array of charming gifts reflect the bright excitement of the season. Seasonal plants include poinsettias of multiple varieties, mini poinsettias, Christmas cactus and cyclamen.

Annual Holiday Open House

Sunday, November 23, 10am–5pm
Start your holiday shopping at Botanica and save 10% on all regularly priced merchandise. Members save 15%.  Buy one piece of Hot Shop glass and get one free. Specially priced 6.5“ poinsettias. Complimentary home-baked treats and spiced cider.

Design Your Own Hand-Blown Glass Ornament

Through December 20, 2014. 
Choose from a variety of styles and colors to create a keepsake or beautiful gift. Glassblowers from the Conservatory's Hot Shop will bring your design to life. Download a request form or fill one out in Botanica.
$34, $30 for members



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.

Merry & Bright

​Merry & Bright​

Opens Saturday, November 15! This annual holiday celebration features a festive display of hundreds of poinsettias, twinkling lights and evergreen trees.

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Retired Plant Sale

​Retired Plant Sale​

November 22, 9am–4pm
Browse a wide variety of plants previously displayed in the Conservatory's collections.

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