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Inside our Collections, Videos

Journey Through Summer

Posted in Inside our Collections, Videos

Take a virtual tour through The New York Botanical Garden’s summer sensations with Todd Forrest, Arthur Ross Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections. Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Garden Sets: Ali Dineen

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Featuring short musical performances in a few of the Garden's most stunning locations, Garden Sets are one of the most inspiring ways to experience the ... Read More

Videos, What's Beautiful Now

Virtual Edible Academy Tour

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Take a virtual trip through our Edible Academy—now well into the summer harvest. Read More

Garden News

Six NYBG Curators Set to Retire but Will Continue Their Work as Curators Emeriti

Posted in Garden News

With an average 32 years of service, six curators in The New York Botanical Garden’s Plant Research and Conservation program and the LuEsther T. Mertz ... Read More

History & People, Plant Science

The Scientific Legacy of Scott Mori

Posted in History & People, Plant Science

The NYBG community is deeply saddened to announce the passing of our dear friend and treasured colleague, Scott A. Mori, Ph.D. Read More

Plant Science, Videos

Learn About Pollinators

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When kids look closely, they'll discover how pollinators make it possible for plants to thrive. Read More

Videos, What's Beautiful Now

What’s Beautiful Now: Thain Forest in Summer

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Explore the swaying canopy and winding trails of our Thain Forest in summer. Read More

Videos, What's Beautiful Now

What’s Beautiful Now: Ducklings in the Conservatory Courtyard Pools

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Mallards are just one of the bird species that call NYBG home—and this year we welcomed new ducklings to the Conservatory Courtyard Pools. Read More

What's On at NYBG

Growing Locally: The Summer Harvest Continues in the Edible Academy

Posted in What's On at NYBG

From ripe tomatoes to fresh garlic, our gardeners have been hard at work while the Edible Academy remains closed, gathering the season's best produce for donation ... Read More

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