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Take Part in the March Floral Design Mini-Intensive

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Make your passion for flowers work for you with our virtual Floral Design Mini-Intensive Program, starting March 16. Read More

Inside our Collections, Videos

Take a Virtual Tour of the Evergreens

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As winter sets in and the deciduous trees drop their leaves for the season, the evergreens step into the spotlight. Read More

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Discover Evergreens & Make Your Own Swag

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Kids can discover what makes the pines, junipers, and hollies of winter truly evergreen. Read More

Environment & Conservation

NYBG Hawk Nest: Year Four

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On March 6 of this year, I observed the Garden’s resident red-tailed hawk pair gathering branches and tree bark which they then used to reinforce ... Read More

Videos, What's Beautiful Now

Journey Through Fall

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Take a look back on the splendor of this year's fall with a virtual tour of the season's Garden highlights. Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Garden Sets: Anthony McGill and Nancy Allen

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Join us among the beauty of the Conservatory Courtyard for our final Garden Set of 2020. Read More

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Making Mushroom Spore Prints

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Fall is the perfect season for kids to discover the beauty of fungus. Read More

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Pumpkin Carving with Adam Bierton

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Brush up on your pumpkin carving skills with Adam Bierton! Read More

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Garden Sets: Doreen Montalvo

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Join us in the Home Gardening Center for a special Garden Set sung by Broadway's own Doreen Montalvo, and continue to celebrate Fiesta de Flores ... Read More

How To, Videos

Painting with Plants

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Kids can make their own watercolor paintings with plant materials found in your yard or kitchen. Read More

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