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  • 2018 Alaska Peony Growers Association Conference – January 25th-28th

    Attention all peony growers, current and potential! The Alaska Peony Growers Association is hosting a conference in Anchorage, AK, from January 25th to the 28th. It’s not too late to sign up for the conference at APGA’s website. The Association is also still looking for sponsors – please email conference@alaskapeonies.org for more information. The Alaskan […]

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  • 2017 Vegetable Variety Trials Results Are Now Available!

    As many of you know plant trials at the Garden stopped after 2010 due to budget cuts.  We received a grant to bring back Vegetable Variety Trials for 5 years!  Click the link below to read about year 1 of the 5 year vegetable trial at the Garden: Vegetable Variety Trials 2017

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Season & Hours of Operation

June 1 - Labor Day:
8am to 8pm daily

Admission & Tours

Donation:
Suggested donation $5.00/person. Consider becoming a Member

Guided Tours:
Stop by the Garden entrance at 2pm every Friday. Tours are available from the opening day (June 1st) to the first day of snow.

Self-guided Tours:
Free Garden at a Glance map of the Garden available at kiosk.

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5 of 5 starsReviewed 5 days ago

it is wonderful how these gardens evolve every year. the volunteers are truly passionate and if they don't know an answer they find it

kathy c
5 of 5 starsReviewed 6 days ago

This is a small but very attractive garden located along the lower southwest side of the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. It is a good place to visit in the summer to view the kinds of flowering plants that can be grown in the Fairbanks area. Also if you are a resident of Fairbanks area, it gives you good ideas...

Susan H
5 of 5 starsReviewed 4 weeks ago

If you live peonies, this is the place for you. Bro the cold winters and warm summers, peonies florish here in the summer. All kinds of colors and huge!

RobinAlaska