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Inside our Collections

Inside our Collections

Pink Never Dyes: International Postage Stamps Colored Pink

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Everyone knows the excitement of opening up the mailbox and spotting a letter—wedged between a pile of bills, addressed in handwriting, with a fun stamp ... Read More

History & People, Inside our Collections

Inside our Collections

On Hummingbirds

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There is one summer visitor to the Garden so iconic that it’s become a symbol of the wonders of the animal kingdom, and yet it ... Read More

Behind the Scenes, Inside our Collections, What's Beautiful Now

Perspective

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Lenses are some of the most exciting aspects of photography. If one thinks of a camera as a blank canvas, lenses are the paintbrushes, where ... Read More

Inside our Collections

Follow Along with Our Spring Bloom Trackers!

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From cherries to daffodils, lilacs, azaleas, magnolias, and more, our spring trackers are now live at nybg.org. Read More

Inside our Collections

Wondrous Winter

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It's been a relatively warm and dry winter so far. In the absence of snow, the most magical and beautiful gift of the season, it ... Read More

Inside our Collections, Videos

Fall is in Full Swing at NYBG

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Fall has most certainly made itself known at NYBG! Have you checked in on our Fall Color Cam yet? Read More

Inside our Collections

Flora de Filipinas

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Flora de Filipinas is a monument to the magnificent botanical heritage of the Philippines. Read More

Behind the Scenes, Inside our Collections

Backyard Magic

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My name is Marlon, and I’m the staff photographer here at NYBG. Read More

History & People, Inside our Collections

Brookshaw’s Beauties

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George Brookshaw’s (1751–1823) Pomona Britannica, a masterpiece of the printing arts, is widely considered one of the finest color plate natural history works ever produced. Read More

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