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The New York Botanical Garden
2900 Southern Boulevard
Bronx, NY 10458-5126
This blockbuster exhibition will be the first to examine Frida Kahlo’s keen appreciation for the beauty and variety of the natural world, as evidenced by her home and garden as well as the complex use of plant imagery in her artwork.
Enjoy these festive evenings out at the Garden by experiencing FRIDA KAHLO: Art, Garden, Life after hours. Transport yourself to Mexico without leaving New York via live music, dance, food, and a complimentary cerveza or margarita.
Garden scientists perform cutting-edge research both in New York and at amazing locations around the world. Enjoy behind-the-scenes tours and see their work through the eyes of our scientists during this once-a-year event.
Celebrating the Rose Garden, as well as the peak of its seasonal color, by stopping by for two days of live music, plant care demonstrations and tours, and light summer refreshments in the shade of the garden's overlooks.
At the 34th annual Founders Corporate Dinner, The New York Botanical Garden saluted two generous funders—Google Inc. and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation—for their support of NYBG's leading role in World Flora Online.
Discover what's beautiful now as the renewal of spring sweeps over the Garden, filling the landscape with colorful flowers and lush foliage.
NYBG turns 125 years old in 2016! To celebrate this milestone, we will begin a dramatic expansion of the historic Narcissus plants at Daffodil Hill in October 2015. And you can help us reach our goal.
Take part in a brand new season of classes in Botanical Art & Illustration, Botany, Crafts, Floral Design, Gardening, Horticultural Therapy, Horticulture, Landscape Design, Photography, and Wellness.
Delight in a fiesta of vibrant Mexican colors, with authentic Talavera pottery, Kahlo-inspired gifts, jewelry, and more! Be sure to pick up the official exhibition catalog, Frida Kahlo’s Garden.