The Second Annual Oktoberfest is here, and we are throwing a party in the garden featuring South Florida's best local brewers. We will create a BEER GARDEN on Miami Beach with live polka music, incredible food, lawn games, communal tables and BEER!
Friday September 23, 2016. 7 PM-11 PM. This event is 21 and over.
Your ticket includes unlimited beer from local craft brewers. We have an awesome line up this year. Check our facebook page to see updates about this years Oktoberfest Brews!
Your ticket also includes a delicious Bavarian feast with plenty of veggie sides. There is something for everyone here- including sausages, red cabbage slaw, empanadas, fresh-baked pretzels and pies.
There will be live music and Polka dancing with Nestor Zarita and the International Polka Band!
We have plenty of room, so bring a friend or five! Carpool or Uber to the garden and join the party.$45 per person for advance purchase. $55 at the door. Must be 21 yrs/old or over. Purchase Tickets Here.
Art in the Park with Marie
Sunday, August 28th, 10 AM -2 PM. Free. Art in the Park is on Rain or Shine. We will be here even in the rain! This youth art camp in the garden occurs on the last Sunday of every month at Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Drive. We will be meeting under the terrace -across from the Banyan tree this week.
Support Miami Beach Conservancy, Inc.when you shop at Amazon Smile.
When you choose this option amazon will donate to the Garden. On your first visit to Amazon Smile you will need to choose to support the charitable organization Miami Beach Conservancy, Inc. before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make will result in a donation to the Garden.
Stop by the gift shop to see what you can find. This unique alligator staple remover is available at
The Botanical Boutique
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
2000 Convention Center Drive
Store hours:Tues.-Sun. 9 AM-5 PM.
The Marvelous Macadamia
by Andrew Street
So what do you know about the macadamia nut? Have you ever seen a plant? What kind of plant is it? Why are they so expensive?
Where in Hawaii are they native to? Actually, that last one is a common misconception us Americans make; in truth, the macadamia nut comes from a rainforest tree in Northeastern Australia. Macadamia is the genus name for four different species—two of which are commercially significant. The main difference in the two commercially grown trees is a smooth shelled nut (Macadamiaintegrifolia) and a rough shelled one (Macadamiatetraphylla). There is also a hybrid between the two species, in cultivation.
These trees are tropical in their needs, which is why Hawaii is the World’s leading exporter of rough shelled macadamia. Even so, it’s never enough… Continue reading here