Inside The New York Botanical Garden

What’s Beautiful Now: Into Autumn

Posted in What's Beautiful Now on October 16 2017, by Matt Newman

Hints of fall abound in the Garden—if you know where to look. Hit the Forest trails this week for the first of the changing leaves in NYC, with reds, oranges, and yellows beginning to peek through the canopy. In the Native Plant Garden you’ll find ferns and meadow perennials snagging the spotlight, while dahlias, decorative grasses, and asters paint our other collections. Head below for more highlights this week!

Perennial of the Week: Tricyrtis 'Sinonome'

Perennial of the Week: <em>Tricyrtis</em> 'Sinonome'
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Comments

Katherine Wagner-Reiss said:

Matt, you've really photographed a lot of NYBG autumn beauty, and that aerial shot of the forest and waterfall is spectacular. Thank you.

norma assante said:

I have picked all the oranges on my procirus trifoliate. can you tell me how to store the seeds?

claudia said:

Is the weekend of November 11-12 too late to see the autumn leaves?

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