What's Beautiful Now: The Form of Trees

In winter, when they are without their leaves, it's possible to more closely study the beautiful lines and colors of the many species of trees that populate The New York Botanical Garden. Everywhere you go in the Garden's 250-acres, you will find stunning examples, but in winter pay special attention to the magnificent trees lining the Tulip Tree Allée, in the areas around the Rock Garden and the Library Building, and in front of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory.

Liriodendron tulipifera Tulip Tree

On Tulip Tree Allée

Cercidiplyllum japonicum 'Morioka Weeping' (Weeping Katsura Tree)

In front of the Library Building

Idesia polycarpa Iigiri Tree

On Garden Way

Acer griseum Paperbark Maple

In the Ross Conifer Arboretum