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The Haupt Conservatory will close at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30.

The Thain Forest in fall.

Climate Week 2022

September 19–25, 2022

Online & At the Garden

At this time in human history, one of the primary roles of a botanical garden—to teach people about plants and their foundational importance to all life on Earth—has never been more crucial. Join NYBG for Climate Week NYC 2022 for a series of thought-provoking programs that forefront the importance of plants to help solve the climate and biodiversity crisis.

Disappearing Plants

Native Plant Garden
Signage on-site and in the Bloomberg Connects App

Take a self-guided tour of the Native Plant Garden to learn about plants from this site that have been extirpated—meaning they are locally extinct and no longer grow here spontaneously.

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Yellow flowers in the Native Plant Garden

Engage with some of our past content

Here Today, Gone Forever: Plant Extinction Now and Conservation Strategies for Tomorrow – Part I

Here Today, Gone Forever: Plant Extinction Now and Conservation Strategies for Tomorrow – Part II

Traditional Farming and Crops Diversity for a More Resilient Future

Finding the Mother Tree: A Conversation with Suzanne Simard