Welcome to the R. Woody Harrison Jr. Pollinator Garden!
We're excited to bring outside wonder to Historic Downtown Wilson with our new pollinator garden! This outside space will have pollinator plant beds, native carnivorous plants, 2 honey bee hives, and lots more to explore! You can see all the progress we're making, but we've still got a long way to go.
Keep scrolling to see more plans and learn how you can be a part of making the garden grow.
Leave a lasting impression in our Pollinator Garden with the Stepping Stone Project. We're making stones at the museum every Saturday in July from 10am to 2pm. Your handprints make watering holes for pollinators and the proceeds help us add more fun to the garden. Our starting goal is 100 stepping stones.
Sign up to make yours here.
Thanks to the Master Gardeners of Wilson, we were able to come up with a plan that includes pollinator planting beds, imaginative accents, and space for our bees.
Thanks to the City of Wilson, we were able to repave our parking lot and put in a meandering sidewalk through our new garden.
Thanks to Breen Law and Dynamic Plants, our garden has trees!