See the culmination of meticulously trained kiku
Don’t miss a spotlight on kiku displays in and around the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and Leon Levy Visitor Center, featuring Japanese chrysanthemums that have been expertly trained over the past 11 months into modern and ancient styles such as ogiku (single stem), kengai (cascade), and ozukuri (thousand bloom). Seasonal chrysanthemums, in warm, rich colors, complement this must-see spectacle.
Access to the Conservatory requires a Garden Pass + Conservatory ticket
J.C.C. Fund of The Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York