What Are the Benefits of Becoming a Member?

Membership Levels

We have a few different tiers within our membership, once you've decided which is best for you click on it and you will be redirected to another page where you can sign up! There you can also decide between a one or two-year membership, as well as see the differing prices for them.

Current Members

Claim your membership benefits by either creating your account or signing into an existing account. Members must register for an account; it is not included with membership registration.

Give the Gift of Membership

When you gift membership at the Garden to someone, you are giving them the gift of free entrance into hundreds of other gardens and discounts at a variety of local shops and restaurants!

Gift memberships can be purchased online or in the Garden Store.

Evergreen Giving Society

Become part of this giving society to support the educational and horticultural mission of Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Enjoy additional benefits at each level of support that include opportunities to be more involved with events and activities at the Garden. For questions about the Evergreen Society Membership, please contact Kylie Solis, at solis@DSBG.org or 704-829-1284. Evergreen Society membership payments in excess of $75 are tax deductible.

Friends Circle: $250 – $499

Courtesy Guest Card: Bring a friend every time you visit the Garden (in addition to two member cards)
Receive the same benefits as a Premiere Household Membership PLUS:

  • Four complimentary daytime guest passes
  • Two free passes to a Garden educational class or workshop
    Annual recognition on the Donor Credenza in the Visitor Pavilion
  • Invitation to the “Evergreen Giving Society” Event during the Fall*
Patrons Circle: $500 – $999

Courtesy Guest Card: Bring a friend every time you visit the Garden (in addition to two member cards)
Receive the same benefits as the Friends Circle Membership PLUS:

  • Four additional (total eight) complimentary passes for friends
  • 10% discount on one weekday Garden facility rental (subject to availability)
  • Receive one portrait session ($150 value – to be reserved in advance)
Garden Circle: $1,000 – $2,499

Courtesy Guest Card: Bring a friend every time you visit the Garden (in addition to two member cards)
Receive the same benefits as the Patrons Circle Membership PLUS:

  • Additional 5% (total of 15%) discount on one weekday Garden facility rental
  • 15% discount on one shopping spree in The Garden Store
Magnolia Circle: $2,500 – $4,999

Courtesy Guest Card: Bring a friend every time you visit the Garden (in addition to two member cards)
Receive the same benefits as the Garden Circle Membership PLUS:

  • Additional 10% (total of 20%) discount on one ANYTIME Garden facility rental
  • Additional 10% (total of 25%) discount on one shopping spree in The Garden Store
Franklinia Circle: $5,000 – $9,999

Courtesy Guest Card: Bring a friend every time you visit the Garden (in addition to two member cards)
Receive the same benefits as the Magnolia Circle Membership PLUS:

  • Free admission to ALL events at the Garden
  • Additional 15% (total of 25%) discount on two ANYTIME Garden facility rentals
Rhododendron Circle: $10,000+

Courtesy Guest Card: Bring a friend every time you visit the Garden (in addition to two member cards)
Receive the same benefits as the Franklinia Circle Membership PLUS:

  • Unique gift commemorating your commitment to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
  • Additional 20% (total of 30%) discount on ANYTIME Garden facility rental; unlimited

Questions?

To learn more about membership or for assistance in purchasing a membership at any level, contact our Membership and Engagement Manager at 704-829-1284 or solis@dsbg.org

 

 

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the official incorporation name of the Daniel Jonathan Stowe Conservancy. Your membership is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. The organization is a public resource and is reliant on membership, contributions and other private funding for its operations.