We want you to be part of our garden, experience its beauty and this is why we offer several ways to let you engage with us to help maintain and develop the gardens. Whether you are a student aspiring a career in social work or a business person who loves to preserve and care about the local history or a couple looking to get married in an awesome traditional way. We have everything for all of you. Become a member today!
Clary Gardens has a variety of year-round internship programs available for students of all ages.Inernship programs
Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and supports our goal to preserve and conserve our local history.Ways to support
Our beautiful historic properties are the ideal year-round location to host your wedding or special event.Rental options
In the news
- 20JulRead more
COSHOCTON – All the Pokémon Go hype right now is a huge benefit to Clary Gardens. They are receiving large amounts of visitors hearing about the exciting “catches” that can be found throughout the garden property and the garden staff is getting in on the fun.
“We have about a dozen youth that come and work with us at the gardens each summer and they are stoked to come to work each day and find the new Pokémon and perks awaiting
- 19JulRead more
Add a pool of sunshine to the garden with a massed planting of black-eyed Susan. From midsummer, these tough native plants bloom their golden heads off in sun or light shade and mix well with other perennials, annuals, and shrubs. Tall varieties look especially appropriate among shrubs, which in turn provide support. Add black-eyed Susans to wildflower meadows or native plant gardens for a naturalized look. Average soil is sufficient for black-eyed Susans, but it should be able to hold
- 15JulRead more
ScienceDaily, 13 July 2016
In a new study, scientists have compiled data from museums around the world to find how many Amazonian tree species have been described so far. The answer: 11,676. They also estimate that there are another 4,000 species yet to be discovered, and it will take 300 years to find them all. The report includes a checklist of all known Amazonian trees for conservation ecologists to use in their work.
What our visitors are saying about their experience
Was a beautiful day yesterday. Always wonderful to enjoy a gorgeous morning during my photo shoot. You guys do amazing and the butterflies were out loving your flowers!Kendra Bordenkircher
As you can tell it was very sunny on 8/9/14... but we just finished editing our wedding video and thought we would share for anyone considering Clary Gardens for their wedding venue - DO IT! It was beautiful...Rachel Pence
How blessed we are to have this gem in Coshocton.Lynnette Fuller
Here is a great example of a non-profit to give to for Giving Tuesday!Coshocton County Chamber Of Commerce