Recent Videos From The New York Botanical Garden
See more videos on the Garden's blog, Plant Talk.
For nearly 100 years, The New York Botanical Garden has been a leader in garden-based education for teachers and school children from the Bronx and throughout the New York metro region, as well as the edible gardening headquarters for schools, community groups, urban farmers, and home gardeners.
The Native Plant Garden, scheduled to open in early May 2013, is designed to harmonzie with the stunning natural landscape with a diversity of microclimates and habitats. This project is sponsored by the Leon Levy Foundation.
Recently on display in the Bourke-Sullivan Display Houses, kiku is the Japanese art of training chrysanthemums into forms both traditional and modern. See it in 2013 in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory.