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NYBG is at capacity for Wednesday, May 12. Advance tickets are required for entry and available for select future dates.

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Plant Talk

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

Yokohama Nursery Catalogs

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Yokohama Nursery was founded in 1890 by Uhei Suzuki and three other nurserymen in Yokohama as a pioneer in modern horticulture in Japan. That same ... Read More

Environment & Conservation, Plant Science

Now Available: NYBG Scientist’s Updated Book on Biocultural Conservation

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Paul Alan Cox, Executive Director of the Brain Chemistry Labs in Jackson, Wyoming, and Michael Balick recently published Plants, People and Culture: The Science of ... Read More

What's On at NYBG

KUSAMA Bronx Community Partner Day

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Through the Community Partner Day initiative, The New York Botanical Garden and local elected officials work together to engage constituents from underserved communities to visit ... Read More

Environment & Conservation

NYBG Science Around the World

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The New York Botanical Garden is a world leader in plant research and conservation, using traditional and cutting-edge tools to discover, understand, and preserve Earth’s ... Read More

What's On at NYBG

Con Edison STEM Days Out Return to The New York Botanical Garden

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In 2020, Con Edison gave generously to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs that inspire students to imagine, invent, and engineer. Read More

Inside our Collections

LuEsther T. Mertz Library Book of the Month: Chinoiserie Botany

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Born in Metz, France, naturalist and artist Pierre Joseph Buc'hoz (1731–1807) become a doctor of medicine in Nancy in 1763. In his medical practice, he ... Read More

Inside our Collections, What's Beautiful Now

Spring Bloom Trackers Now Live!

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With spring upon us and the daffodils, cherry blossoms, and azaleas only just beginning to hint at the incredible show of color on the horizon, ... Read More

Plant Science

What Is a Seed?

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Fruits enclose and protect seeds. So what is a seed? Read More

Inside our Collections, Videos, What's Beautiful Now, What's On at NYBG

Take a Virtual Tour of Spotlight on Orchids

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As we near the final week of Spotlight on Orchids in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, set off on a virtual tour of the event's ... Read More

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