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Plant Science, Videos

Backyard Botany: Greater Celandine

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Greater Celandine is beautiful, but it's also invasive in North America. Read More

Plant Science

Rooting for Students in 2019: Urban Advantage Educates In and Out of the Classroom

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What could possibly motivate a teacher to wake up early on a Sunday morning in 2019 and travel to the Garden to learn about the ... Read More

Plant Science, Videos

Life Under a Log

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Kids can find complex natural worlds all around them—even under a log! Read More

Plant Science

NYBG Science in the News: Using Artificial Intelligence to Understand Plant Diversity

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The Herbarium 2020 competition marks the second year of a partnership between The New York Botanical Garden and Google. This is also the second time ... Read More

Environment & Conservation, Plant Science

NYBG Science in the News: Disappearing Lichens and a Southern Appalachian Stronghold

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Lichens are fungi that form beautiful, complex symbioses with algae and bacteria. These hubs of activity that bind nature together are incredibly important to nearly ... Read More

Plant Science, Videos

Backyard Botany: Bleeding Heart

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Have you spotted any hearts blooming in your yard? Read More

History & People, Plant Science

NYBG Scientist and Trustee Win American Horticultural Society Awards

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A senior scientist and a Trustee of The New York Botanical Garden are among this year’s recipients of awards presented by the American Horticulture Society ... Read More

Environment & Conservation, Plant Science, Videos

From the Field: Plants and People of Vanuatu

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From forest preservation to documenting the local plants and their traditional uses, NYBG scientists have collaborated with the people of Vanuatu since 2015 on projects ... Read More

Plant Science, Videos

Backyard Botany: Pear

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In the latest episode of Backyard Botany, join NYBG's Larry Kelly to get an in-depth look at the flower that precedes one of our favorite ... Read More

Environment & Conservation, Plant Science

How Many Plants Have Gone Extinct in the Past 250 Years?

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The International Day for Biological Diversity, which is today, is an especially important occasion to appreciate Earth's biodiversity and yet acknowledge that many plants and ... Read More

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