cheekwood news

Do it for the ‘Gram – 6 Photo Ops You Can Only Get at Cheekwood

July 6, 2021

Our Digital Marketing Manager, Brandy Ferguson, highlights the most Instagram worthy spots at Cheekwood.

Read More

The Arboretum at Cheekwood

April 30, 2021

Cheekwood has been awarded a Level 2 Accreditation by The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and The Morton Arboretum.

Read More

Tips for Growing Happy Dogwood Trees

April 15, 2021

Our garden team has shared a few tips to help you care for your own dogwood trees!

Read More

Top Plant Picks April 2021

April 1, 2021

Spring has sprung, and our gardens are in full bloom here at Cheekwood! Cheekwood’s Plant Collections Manager, Shanna Jones, shares her top plant picks for April.

Read More

Permanent Collection Highlight: The Boy

March 31, 2021

Learn more about Ruth Chaney’s The Boy, a highlight of Women to Watch: Celebrating the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage.

Read More

Spring Blooms from Cheekwood to Your Home

March 29, 2021

We're bringing Cheekwood in Boom to you virtually with a look at the inspiration behind this year's display, spring gardening tips, and a guide to make your own spring wreath!

Read More

10 Reasons to Join Cheekwood

March 15, 2021

10 Reasons to Join Cheekwood as a Cheekwood Member!

Read More

Top Plant Picks March 2021

March 1, 2021

With over 150,000 blooming bulbs in our gardens, there's plenty to see this spring during Cheekwood in Bloom! Cheekwood’s Plant Collections Manager shares her top plant picks for March.

Read More

All About Orchids

February 22, 2021

Inspired by our Orchids in the Mansion display? Check out our guide to achieving your own orchid oasis!

Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Karen Connolly

February 18, 2021

One of Cheekwood’s greatest assets is its outstanding volunteers. Learn about one of our most valuable volunteers, Karen Connolly, in our volunteer spotlight!

Read More

Permanent Collection Highlight: Echo Lying Down

February 15, 2021

Learn more about Anna Hyatt Huntington’s Echo Lying Down, a highlight of our permanent collection gallery installation opening February 20.

Read More

Top Plant Picks February 2021

February 1, 2021

We may be gearing up for spring, but these featured winter plants are not to be missed! Cheekwood’s Plant Collections Manager, Shanna Jones, shares her top plant picks for February.

Read More

Tots! Activity: Recycled Tu B’Shevat Tree

January 26, 2021

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own Tu B’Shevat Tree!

Read More

2021 Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Award Winners

January 9, 2021

Congratulations to the winners of the 30th Annual Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Awards!

Read More

Top Plant Picks January 2021

January 1, 2021

Kick off the new year by checking out a few of our featured plants! Check out our garden team’s top plant picks for January.

Read More

Burr Terrace Garden

December 16, 2020

Each month, we will be highlighting one of our 12 distinct gardens. Find out more about the Burr Terrace Garden in this month's garden spotlight!

Read More

Tots! Activity: Snow and Ice

December 15, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own icicles!

Read More

3 Tips for Caring for Poinsettias

December 9, 2020

Want to care for a poinsettia of your own? Check out these three tips from our garden team to insure your poinsettia looks stunning throughout the holiday season!

Read More

Tots! Activity: Animals in Winter

December 8, 2020

As Cheekwood’s Tots program is temporarily suspended, we are sharing today’s activity for parents and tots to activate at home. Use our files to create your own bear!

Read More

Tots! Activity: Sugar Plum Fairy and Nutcracker Crowns

December 1, 2020

Inspired by the Nashville Ballet’s costumes in Nashville’s Nutcracker, use our templates below to create your own Sugar Plum Fairy and Nutcracker crowns.

Read More

Back to Top