Founded in 1994 by The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, Pan’s Garden is a unique botanical garden consisting of over 300 native Florida plant species. Since its inception the garden has been home to numerous interdisciplinary educational programs designed to provide students with a glimpse into the wonders of plants and the importance of preserving the world’s natural resources.
Florida’s Plants & Native Americans: An educational program entitled “Florida’s Plants and the Native Americans” has been developed for grades K-8. It focuses on the relationship between Florida’s Native American tribes and the indigenous plant species that supported their lifestyle.
Monarchs & Milkweed: An educational unit called “Monarchs and Milkweed” is designed to support and enhance the kindergarten to 8th grade science curriculum taught in Palm Beach County Schools.
Transpiration: Another educational unit entitled “Let’s See What Transpires” is offered to support and enhance the 3rd to 8th grade science curriculum in Palm Beach County Schools.