Inside The New York Botanical Garden

What’s Beautiful Now: Perfect Green

Posted in What's Beautiful Now on June 26 2017, by Matt Newman

Week of June 26, 2017

While the Rose Garden has begun its summer settling-down, there’s still color to be seen there! Elsewhere in the Garden, such as the Native Plant Garden and the Rock Garden, you can find peaceful, shady vistas peppered with attractive summer flowers. The Azalea Garden is a lush escape as well during this time of year, with large-leaved hostas and other rich foliage creating a rolling hillscape of greens.

Native Plant Garden

Native Plant Garden
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Sarracenia species are in full bloom in the wetland! This is also a good time to see early meadow perennials like Tradescantia ohiensis and our Penstemon collection.

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