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Plant Talk

Inside our Collections, Plant Science

Frasera caroliniensis: The Anticipation of an Impending Bloom

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It was a rare plant alert, the absolute best category of communication. Read More

Inside our Collections, What's Beautiful Now

Erblichia’s a Flower, But Only So an Hour

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If there isn’t a txt-speak acronym for “fear of missing out on a phenophase,” there ought to be one. Read More

Inside our Collections

Plants That Love You Back

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Here at NYBG, we adore plants. Obviously. Having a strong affection for something has its benefits, but it’s even nicer when that feeling is requited. Read More

Inside our Collections

All Eyes on Ilex: Highlights from the Holly Collection

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Ilex, the only genus in the family Aquifoliaceae, has a worldwide natural distribution, and is found on every continent but Antarctica. Read More

Inside our Collections, Plant Science

A Dinosaur Blooms in the Conservatory

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Not only had this tall tropical tree never before flowered in Marc’s 20-year tenure at NYBG, but it had not had a recorded bloom since ... Read More

Plant Science

Backyard Botanizing

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Being stuck at home doesn't mean you can't engage with nature. With phenology and Nature's Notebook, you can do it from your backyard—or even from ... Read More

History & People

#plantlove: Kristine Paulus, Plant Records Manager

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As part of #plantlove at NYBG, we're talking with people from all over the Garden about what inspires their passion for plants. Today, meet Kristine ... Read More

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