The Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, in South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA, encompasses the Mount Holyoke College campus, an arboretum, numerous gardens, and the Talcott Greenhouse. It was first designated a botanical garden in 1878. Principal gardens are as follows:
- 1904 Garden - herbaceous perennials
- Drue Matthews Garden - alpine and rock garden plants
- Virginia 'Timmy' Craig Rhododendron Garden - rhododendrons and other woodland plants native to Eastern North America and Eastern Asia
- Bullard Garden (Chapel Garden) - trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials
- Ciruti Center Courtyard - Shade-loving plants such as Ilex (hollies), Hosta, Helleborus and Hydrangea
- Willits-Hallowell Center Courtyard
Talcott Greenhouse was built 1897-1898, and displays plants from around the world.
The Greenhouse sustains a college tradition by providing students with plants during their first year, which many try to keep alive until they graduate.
Coordinates: 42°15′27″N 72°34′21″W / 42.2574°N 72.5724°W