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Plant Talk

Inside our Collections, Plant Science

Telling the Story of the Quest to Preserve and Classify the World’s Plants

Posted in Inside our Collections, Plant Science

With Herbarium: The Quest to Classify and Preserve the World's Plants now available, and our January 8 online discussion with the author taking registrations, we ... Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Celebrating the Winter Solstice with “For Love and Only for Love”

Posted in Videos, What's On at NYBG

As we celebrate today's winter solstice and the world premiere of an all-new choral installation among the snowy leaves and branches of the Native Plant ... Read More

How To, Videos

Discover Evergreens & Make Your Own Swag

Posted in How To, Videos

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

What's On at NYBG

NYBG on Jeopardy!

Posted in What's On at NYBG

Don't forget to answer in the form of a question! Read More

Environment & Conservation

NYBG Hawk Nest: Year Four

Posted in Environment & Conservation

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

History & People, Inside our Collections

Restored Watercolors Return to Garden Archives

Posted in History & People, Inside our Collections

The Lord & Burnham Company was the premier builder of glasshouse structures in North America during the 19th and 20th centuries. The firm’s largest project ... Read More

History & People, Inside our Collections

Treasures of the Rare Book Collection: Francis Bacon’s ‘Of Gardens’

Posted in History & People, Inside our Collections

Bacon addressed a vast array of subjects in his writings. Among them, he summed up his thoughts as to the ideal princely garden in his ... Read More

History & People, Inside our Collections

Uncovering Historic Daffodils at The New York Botanical Garden

Posted in History & People, Inside our Collections

Daffodil Hill has been stewarded by many curators and horticulturists throughout its history, all whose unique tastes and preferences have helped shape the collection into ... Read More

History & People, Inside our Collections, Plant Science

NYBG’s Scientific Research in Puerto Rico: More Than a Century of Fruitful Collaboration

Posted in History & People, Inside our Collections, Plant Science

The New York Botanical Garden has a long and fruitful history of collaborative floristic research in Puerto Rico that dates back to the beginning of ... Read More

Videos, What's Beautiful Now

Journey Through Fall

Posted in Videos, What's Beautiful Now

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

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