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NEW U.S. Botanic Garden Coloring Page!
The U.S. Botanic Garden is featured in a new coloring page as part of the America's Garden Coloring Book! Artist Becky Paxton is creating unique coloring pages to celebrate botanic gardens across the United States. Her latest shares a view of our Garden featuring the Fountain of Light and Water in Bartholdi Fountain and Gardens set amongst the outdoor gardens, with the Conservatory anchoring the Garden behind. Try your hand at this beautiful illustration, and share your coloring creations with us by tagging #USBGart !
Botanical Coloring Book
Inspired by the plant collections and gardens of the United States Botanic Garden, this coloring book is a perfect tool for kids to explore plants at the Garden! It's also a great way for teens and adults to color their favorite garden settings. The PDF can be downloaded for printing out to color, or can be opened in your favorite coloring app for digital coloring.
All of the artwork was created by the U.S. Botanic Garden and is free to download and use.
Included in the coloring book are:
- Food Plants
- Medicinal Plants
- Mediterranean Plants
- Desert Plants
- Tropical Plants
- Carnivorous Plants
- Jurassic-era Plants
- Mid-Atlantic Native Plants
- and more!
Download Individual Images:
Browse and download individual pages as images: