Plants at the Point is a collaborative community garden. Individuals or organizations may rent beds on a yearly basis to grow anything they wish within the guidelines of the garden.
The garden features three exhibition wild flower beds that are designed to support our native pollinator population, highlighting the importance of pollinators to the food chain. The exhibition beds were funded by the Rotary Club of Parkersburg and installed with the help of the West Virginia Extension Office, Wood County Master Gardeners and West Virginia University at Parkersburg. The plants came from Native Roots, a local nursery that focuses on native plants.