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Plant Science

Rooting for Students in 2019: Urban Advantage Educates In and Out of the Classroom

Posted in Plant Science

What could possibly motivate a teacher to wake up early on a Sunday morning in 2019 and travel to the Garden to learn about the ... Read More

How To, Videos

Creating Leaf Rubbings

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Kids can discover the artistry of nature in a single leaf—and explore their creativity as they learn about the Pan-African Flag. Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Make Music New York with Harold O’Neal

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On June 21st, NYBG takes part in the 14th annual Make Music New York—a festival with more than a thousand virtual performances presented by and for New ... Read More

Reflection and Action: A Garden for All

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For more than a century, The New York Botanical Garden has been known for its welcoming, peaceful landscape. Today, as we work to reopen after ... Read More

Plant Science, Videos

Life Under a Log

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Kids can find complex natural worlds all around them—even under a log! Read More

Plant Science

NYBG Science in the News: Using Artificial Intelligence to Understand Plant Diversity

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The Herbarium 2020 competition marks the second year of a partnership between The New York Botanical Garden and Google. This is also the second time ... Read More

Behind the Scenes, Garden News

Bronx Councilmembers Plant and Harvest Vegetables at NYBG’s Edible Academy for Produce Donations to the Community

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During recent visits to The New York Botanical Garden, four New York City Councilmembers representing Bronx districts joined members of the Edible Academy staff in ... Read More

What's Beautiful Now

Bearded Irises in Bloom

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The bearded irises are the stars of the moment! Read More

Environment & Conservation, Plant Science

NYBG Science in the News: Disappearing Lichens and a Southern Appalachian Stronghold

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Lichens are fungi that form beautiful, complex symbioses with algae and bacteria. These hubs of activity that bind nature together are incredibly important to nearly ... Read More

Behind the Scenes

The Humanities Institute’s 2019 Excursion to the Cloisters

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On December 18, 2019, the Humanities Institute Mellon Fellows along with staff from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library spent the day exploring the remarkable treasures ... Read More

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