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Plant Talk

What's Beautiful Now

What’s Beautiful Now: The Little Details

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From a drop of water falling into a gently swirling pool of green aquatic ferns (Azolla caroliniana) to the recursive reflections of sprays of flowers ... Read More

What's On at NYBG

Black History Month Celebration at NYBG

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In celebration of Black History Month, NYBG and NYC Council Member Vanessa Gibson partnered to sponsor a wonderful awards ceremony and dinner at the acclaimed ... Read More

History & People

Women’s History Month: Jamaica Kincaid

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As part of Women’s History Month at NYBG, we’re spotlighting women in the world of plants. This week, meet Jamaica Kincaid, an accomplished gardener and ... Read More

History & People

NYBG’s Jodie Colón Receives H. Clark Gregory Award

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Awarded each year by the U.S. Composting Council, the H. Clark Gregory Award is a prestigious recognition for individuals who have displayed outstanding service to ... Read More

History & People

The Hand Lens Explores Black Botany

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Throughout Black History Month, The Hand Lens—a home for the many stories told by NYBG's historic collections in the Steere Herbarium and beyond—has hosted a ... Read More

What's Beautiful Now

What’s Beautiful Now: Harbingers of Spring

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The outdoor collections are beginning to wake. From the winter jasmine and crocuses to the adonis coloring the collections, the bright signs of spring are ... Read More

What's On at NYBG

A Delightful Afternoon at the Edible Academy with Chef Aaron Bertelsen

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Regaling us with stories of growing vegetables in containers, cooking at the fabulous home and garden of Great Dixter, and making gin with Mrs. Next ... Read More

Inside our Collections

Flavors of Morocco: Cumin

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It's the earthy spice that adds depth to savory dishes in a wide variety of cuisines. Read More

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The Orchid Stars of Jeff Leatham’s Kaleidoscope: Laelia superbiens

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Look up to catch these streamer-like blooms in The Orchid Show: Jeff Leatham’s Kaleidoscope. Growing atop long, long stems, Laelia superbiens is just one of ... Read More

Inside our Collections

Information About Tulip Tree Allée

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The New York Botanical Garden is fortunate to have nearly 30,000 beautiful trees in its gardens, living collections, and natural landscapes. Caring for these trees ... Read More

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