Skip to Main Content

The University of Tennessee University of Tennessee UT Institute of Agriculture

Frequently Used Tools:




Events   Research/Info   Master Gardeners    Plant of the Month   UTG-Knoxville   UTG-Crossville   Arboretum     Donors     Friends of the UT Gardens     About Us

UT Gardens Jackson
Curator: Jason Reeves

 

The West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center is home to the UT Gardens-Jackson. In addition to the Jackson location, the UT Gardens can be found at the UT Institue of Agriculture campus in Knoxville and the Plateau AgResearch and Education Center in Crossville. The UT Gardens mission is to cultivate an appreciation of plants through horticultural displays, educational programs and research. In 2013, Governor Bill Haslam signed a bill designating the UT Gardens as the official botanical garden for Tennessee.

The Gardens are located around the office building area.  Visitors are welcome during daylight hours all year long.  Our website is ever evolving, so check back in soon for new pictures and updates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

______________________________________________________________________________________

The West TN Research & Education Center staff thanks our 2014 donors!

Dramm

__________________________________

Past Donors

Bailey Nurseries - http://www.baileynurseries.com

Corona - http://www.coronaclipper.com

Dramm - http://www.dramm.com

First Editions - http://www.firsteditionsplants.com

Florikan - http://florikan.com

Netherland Bulb Company - http://www.netherlandbulb.com

PanAmerican Seed - http://www.panamseed.com

Seedway Seed - http://www.seedway.com

Siegers Seed Company - http://www.siegers.com

Spring Meadow Nursery - http://springmeadownursery.com

 

 

 

_____________________________________________________________________________

Learn more about our sister garden in Knoxville!

Visit UT Gardens' Homepage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The gardens are located around the office building area.
Visitors are welcome during daylight hours.



 

More UT Gardens Photos
2008 Pumpkin Article by Chris Gang