Inside The New York Botanical Garden

What’s Beautiful Now: Color Pop

Posted in What's Beautiful Now on August 1 2018, by Matt Newman

The occasional rain shower doesn’t hinder the beauty of the Garden—in summer, it actually makes the colors pop even more. Deep, enveloping greens contrast with daylilies, lotus blossoms, and bright hibiscus as you wander the many outdoor collections that thrive in the warmth of the season.

Native Plant Garden

Native Plant Garden
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This is the time to see meadow perennials like Euphorbia corollata, Solidago juncea, and Rudbeckia hirta in bloom, as well as a variety of lovely ferns through the woodland.

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