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
- 03AprRead more
One of our favorite times of year is upon us - and if we can get past those hungry young deer, we may just have our best display yet!! Check out some of our favorite tulip beds from years' past...
Which color is your favorite?! What color will they be THIS year?? We will soon find out...
- 15JanRead more
"American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America" is full of spectacular photos showing the garden every step of the way, from planting to harvest.
By Henry Homeyer -- Journal Gardening Columnist
I recently was reorganizing my gardening books and came across a great book by Michelle Obama: "American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America" (Crown Publishers, 2012, $30 in hardback). I must have gotten it when it came
- 15JanRead more
By Mary Beth LaneThe Columbus Dispatch • Sunday January 15, 2017 4:49 PM
Coyotes are on the prowl across Ohio, including in its cities, putting some people on edge about letting their pets out at night to do their business. Residents in Fairfield County posted cautionary messages on the Facebook group page "Lancaster's Talk of the Town" recently, some sharing stories about coyotes attacking or attempting to attack their pets. A similar neighborhood group for Hilliard
- 13JanRead more
Here is a WONDERFUL article regarding Monarch Butterfly Gardens! Clary's will be focusing some events around this AMAZING butterfly later this year... no shame in starting early!!
Although there's not much blooming in my garden yet, four kinds of Milkweed, Bergamot, Boneset, Echinacea, Salvia, Goldenrod, Phlox, Mallow and loads of annuals will be ready when the Monarch butterflies arrive.
A Monarch Waystation is an intentionally-managed garden that provides food and habitat for the struggling Monarch butterfly population. As a rule, a waystation
- 12SepRead more
Contributed ¦ September 12, 2016
COSHOCTON – Clary Gardens, located at 588 W. Chestnut Street in Coshocton, is hosting Coshocton’s First Annual Scarecrow Contest. Scarecrow creation and competition is encouraged between local agencies, school groups, businesses, organizations, and families.
Once you’ve constructed a scarecrow to be on display, contact Clary Gardens to set up a time to erect the scarecrow along the garden trail – Scarecrow registration and garden placement can occur no later than Thursday, Sept. 29, at
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