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History & People, Videos

Celebrating Women’s History Month at NYBG

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Women's History Month is here, and we're excited to share it with you! Read More

History & People

Dr. James Still – Doctor of the Pines: A Brief Account of the Life and Legacy of a 19th-Century Herbalist

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“A great mind is planted within us in the beginning of our lives, and, like other plants, it needs cultivation and watering from the best ... Read More

History & People, Videos

Plants as Liberation: Kamili Bell Hill

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Hear from Kamili Bell Hill, founder of PlantBlerd and Black People With Plants, as she discusses her early life growing up with plants, "the peace ... Read More

History & People

Inside the Steere Herbarium: George Washington Carver and Grasses

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Carver’s achievements in agriculture are well documented. What is much less known, however, is Carver’s love of grasses. Read More

History & People

In Recognition of Black History Month: A Conversation with Judith Insell

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In commemoration of Black History Month, we are thrilled to cast a spotlight on professional violist, celebrated educator and diversity advocate, and Executive Director of ... Read More

History & People, Videos

An Urban Farmer Honors Her Roots: Kadeesha Williams

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Hear from former NYBG Community Horticulturist/Urban Agriculturist Kadeesha Williams as she discusses turning her dream of honoring her heritage and family identity in urban farming ... Read More

What's Beautiful Now

For the Love of Snow

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If it's going to be cold, it might as well be snowing, and if it's snowing, you might as well have some fun. Read More

Inside our Collections

Wondrous Winter

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It's been a relatively warm and dry winter so far. In the absence of snow, the most magical and beautiful gift of the season, it ... Read More

History & People, Plant Science

Remembering Thomas E. Lovejoy and Edward O. Wilson

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This past weekend, two world-renowned biologists who were stalwart advocates for scientific research, biodiversity collections, and plant conservation at The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) ... Read More

What's On at NYBG

Check Off Your Holiday Shopping List with NYBG’s Gift Guide

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With the holiday season upon us, there’s no better place to find gifts for the Garden lovers in your life. Read More

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