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Ida’s Impact on the Landscape and Living Collections of The New York Botanical Garden

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Post-Tropical Storm Ida dropped more than seven inches of rain on the Garden in only a few hours on the evening of September 1. Read More

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NYBG Welcomes Dr. J. Chris Pires as Dean of International Plant Science Center

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We're proud to announce that J. Chris Pires, Ph.D., will serve as The New York Botanical Garden's new Dean of the International Plant Science Center. Read More

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Plant Health

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The Garden’s tree collections and natural landscapes are home to a bewildering array of insects and diseases. Read More

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Mature Tree Care

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With so many trees a century old or older growing across the landscape, Garden arborists have been implementing a wide array of tree-care techniques specifically ... Read More

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Proper Planting and Post-Planting Care

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If choosing the right tree for the right place is the all-important first step in successful tree planting, planting properly and providing excellent post-planting care ... Read More

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Planting New Trees

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NYBG curators plant dozens of new trees in the Living Collections and hundreds in the Thain Family Forest every year. Some of these new trees ... Read More

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Stewarding a Sylvan Landscape

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The New York Botanical Garden has always been dedicated to keeping its trees healthy. Read More

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Announcing NYBG’s Next President and CEO

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Today we're eager to share with you an exciting development at the Garden. Read More

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Tulip Tree Allée Replanting Update

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Last February, we shared with you information about the need to remove five trees from the historic Tulip Tree Allée. We let you know that ... Read More

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Six NYBG Curators Set to Retire but Will Continue Their Work as Curators Emeriti

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With an average 32 years of service, six curators in The New York Botanical Garden’s Plant Research and Conservation program and the LuEsther T. Mertz ... Read More

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