About

Entry sign reading Mobile Botanical Gardens, 5151 Museum DriveAdjacent to Langan Park, the Gardens encompasses a 100-acre site of cultivated gardens, woodland trails, and a longleaf pine restoration. Established in 1974 by a dedicated group of horticulturists to preserve the natural aspects of the local environment, the Gardens have grown and developed into an oasis for the community.

Dedicated to preserving native plants and to educating the community, the Mobile Botanical Gardens encompasses an extensive variety of cultivated areas and collections. A non-profit 501(c)3 organization, The Gardens holds fundraising events during the year to raise money for its ongoing operations and maintenance.

Plantasia! Spring and Fall Plant Sale

Shoppers at the fall plant sale.These events feature thousands of unusual and native plants selected for their beauty and ability to flourish in the Gulf Coast. Knowledgeable volunteers, many of them Master Gardeners, are available to help shoppers select the best plants for their gardens.

MBG MarketPlace

Flowers at the MBG MarketplaceA smaller version of the Plant Sales, this is open on every Saturday morning from April throughout June.  Members receive notice of special sales, so please consider joining the Gardens!

Educational Programs

What plants do best on the Gulf Coast?  What types of critters are eating my tomatoes? MBG offers programs, field trips, and workshops designed to help you with your gardening needs, whether you enjoy native plants, vegetable gardening, flowering plants or container gardening. Check out the Calendar and mark the dates.

  • Contact Information

    Mobile Botanical Gardens
    5151 Museum Drive
    Mobile AL 36608
    (251) 342-0555
    (251) 342-3149 (Fax)
    mbg2@bellsouth.net
  • Hours & Admission

    Admission: Adults $5
    Children 12 and under free
    Hours: Dawn until Dusk
    Directions & Maps
  • Mission Statement

    What do we mean by Come Here to Grow?

    Mobile Botanical Gardens provides experiences that help visitors of all ages appreciate and benefit from our unique Gulf Coast environment.

    The Gardens serve as a living classroom for residents and visitors alike. By providing a sense of place, we endeavor to instill passion for nature, and promote interest in gardening, conservation, and outdoor activities.