Inside The New York Botanical Garden

What’s Beautiful Now: Summer Color at NYBG

Posted in What's Beautiful Now on July 8 2016, by Lansing Moore

Southern catalpa
Southern catalpa

At NYBG we’re enjoying a lush summer season, with flowers and greenery abounding across our historic landscape. The Native Plant Garden is full of colorful perennials and graceful ferns, while Daylily Walk is ablaze with these warm flowers. In the Rose Garden, you’ll still find a wealth of blooms—hundreds of varieties of floribundas, hybrid teas, and shrub roses creating an unbelievable palette of colors.

Come admire the seasonal beauty of summer at NYBG, and be sure to experience Impressionism: American Gardens on Canvas in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, which features an exciting array of weekend programs and events! View more highlights from the Garden below.


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Cindy Keller @ MyGardenGifts said:

The amazing sight and scent of flowers! I cannot wait to visit the garden this summer when my folks visit us from Europe. My mom loves growing all kinds of roses and I promised her that she will be impressed with what we are going to see at the garden! Thanks for sharing the awesome pictures!

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