Our Mission

To provide a natural setting along the Peace River showcasing world-class sculptures and spectacular botanicals to inspire creativity throughout the community.


Our Vision & Guiding Principles

To share ideals of gardening in a sub-tropical region, to educate our community on local flora and preservation, to share our location with local wildlife, and to inspire an artistic spirit in others by curating sculptures and fine art from around the world.


Our Solution

30 acres of preserved native habitats will provide a home to many aquatic and terrestrial species, best seen from our expansive boardwalks. Flowering trees and plants will bloom year round amidst sculptures from across the globe.


Old and New

A 50-million-year-old stone palm frond fossil serves as the inspiration for the Gardens’ logo and signature sculpture — STEEL PALM — for these spectacular waterfront gardens, which will ultimately encompass 30 acres. The Gardens will integrate Florida’s natural habitat, featured botanical collections, architectural ingenuity and contemporary interpretative art to offer one of the largest botanical and sculpture gardens in the State of Florida.


Roger and Linda Tetrault began with 27 acres of uplands and wetlands. They conceived the idea of creating botanical gardens with world-class sculptures and an art gallery, while still preserving the natural environment and formed the Tetrault Family Foundation to fund and develop this project. They believed that the gardens would be supported by the people of Charlotte County and beyond through memberships and visitations. Through the generosity and vision of the Tetrault Family Foundation, the people of Charlotte County will be able to always enjoy Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens.


Preserving Florida for Future Generations

Did you know that 20 percent of all the wetlands in the United States are found in Florida? Our gardens and conservation efforts work to ensure future generations will enjoy Florida’s beauty and important natural resources.

A Sanctuary of Art and Nature