The Gardens and Collections of The New York Botanical Garden

Set across 250-acres in the heart of the Bronx, the Garden's 50 gardens and collections feature over 1 million plants.

>> Meet the Garden Curators.

The Azalea Garden | Scores of different azaleas and rhododendrons bloom in succession throughout the Garden, beginning in late April.

Chrysanthemums | Chrysanthemums, or "mums," are the essence of autumn at the Garden.

Arthur and Janet Ross Conifer Arboretum | The historic Conifer Arboretum features towering pines, elegant spruces, and mountain firs.

Enid A. Haupt Conservatory | This Victorian-style glasshouse takes you on an "ecotour" around the world and across the ages.

Crabapples | The 80 varieties in our Donald J. Bruckmann Crabapple Collection, set above Daffodil Hill, are at their flashiest in May.

Daffodils | Drifts of nodding flowers, from classic trumpet daffodils to delicate jonquils, bring you the first glow of sunshine in spring.

Daylilies | The 344 different daylilies of Daylily Walk showcase the diversity of this easy-to-grow perennial.

Everett Children's Adventure Garden | Calling all young explorers! Enter a place made just for you to explore the wonders of science and nature.

Fall Foliage | Why venture all the way to New England? Autumn's splendor is right here at the Garden.

Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden | Plants and imaginations grow in the Family Garden, where you're allowed (no, encouraged!) to play in the dirt.

Flowering Cherries | The delicate pink and white blossoms of more than 200 flowering cherries beckon you to take a peaceful April stroll.

The Forest | Enter the 50-acre Forest and discover the largest remaining expanse of the woodland that once covered New York City.

Nancy Bryan Luce Herb Garden | Relax on one of the benches, embraced by plants and scents, in this restorative and tranquil haven.

Ladies' Border | Cradled in the protection of the Conservatory, unusual plants not normally grown in New York get a chance to prove their worth.

Lilacs | Nothing quite compares to the old-fashioned scent of lilacs filling the air in April and May.

Magnolias | From March through April, these elegant, graceful, and beautiful trees bloom in an array of pastel colors across Garden grounds.

Orchids | Marvel at rare orchids growing as they would in nature in the Conservatory's rain forest galleries.

Beneson Ornamental Conifers | Discover a place where inspiration is evergreen, along with most of the trees.

Peonies | The Garden is home to a rainbow of these classic charmers.

Jane Watson Irwin Perennial Garden | The Perennial Garden combines a vast palette of colors and textures into a lush, living work of art.

Rock Garden | This dramatic three-acre oasis is home to thousands of alpine flowers, woodland plants, and a sparkling waterfall.

Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden | Surround yourself with fragrance, color, and beauty in the award-winning Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden.

Seasonal Walk | Designed by the acclaimed garden designers, Piet Oudolf and Jacqueline van der Kloet, Seasonal Walk celebrates the seasons.

Tulips | From late April to early May, more than 25,000 tulips flower all at once along Seasonal Walk.

Waterlilies & Lotuses | When the heat is on, these plants of myth and legend bring their magic to the Conservatory courtyard pools.

>> See what's beautiful right now.