The Western Kentucky Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in Owensboro, Kentucky. Its 9 acres (3.6 ha) are open to the public year round, from sunrise to sunset. The entrance is just west of downtown on 2nd Street at Carter Road.
The garden began in 1993 in a cornfield as the idea of Mike Klahr, horticulturist for Daviess County. Today six gardens have been established: a butterfly garden, rose garden, daylily garden, iris garden, herb garden, and a fruit and berry garden. Plants include apple, apricot, cherry, peach, pear trees, as well as barberry, boxwood, blackberry, hemlocks, germander, lavender, peonies, raspberry, santolina, and yews.