Lectures & Symposia
Throughout the year, The New York Botanical Garden offers lectures in which outstanding landscape architects and garden designers present their signature works and insights, and internationally recognized speakers address topics of global interest related to the study, preservation, and appreciation of the plant kingdom.
Landscape Design Students and Alumni Series
Six Tuesdays: October 28–March 24, 1–3 p.m.; NYBG
Come hear award winning and nationally renowned professionals share their expertise on current topics in landscape design and horticulture. These popular afternoon lectures are scheduled to coincide with the monthly morning meetings of the Landscape Design Students and Alumni Association. All are welcome to register.
15th Annual Winter Lecture Series: Le Jardin Français
Three Thursdays: January 29, February 19, March 19, 10–11:30 a.m.; Ross Hall
For many, the phrase "French garden" conjures up a distinct look and feel—geometric yet romantic, with symmetry and order at the heart of every design. This year's exceptional lineup features a trio of premier garden designers and stewards who are reinterpreting classic and contemporary landscapes, both large and small, across France and beyond. Join us as Louis Benech, Alexandre de Vogüé, and Robert Mallet share their cultural insights and practical methods, along with a sensibility and sense of style that is decidedly French.
Browse all lectures and courses at nybg.org/adulted