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Plant Talk

Behind the Scenes, Videos

Get to Know Our Bronx Community Farm Hubs

Posted in Behind the Scenes, Videos

At the onset of the pandemic, NYBG's Bronx Green-Up joined with urban farms and gardens throughout the Bronx to create the Bronx Community Farm Hubs ... Read More

Inside our Collections

Plants That Love You Back

Posted in Inside our Collections

Here at NYBG, we adore plants. Obviously. Having a strong affection for something has its benefits, but it’s even nicer when that feeling is requited. Read More

Environment & Conservation, History & People, Plant Science

Now Available: Two Volumes on the Plants, People, and Culture of Palau in Micronesia

Posted in Environment & Conservation, History & People, Plant Science

The just-released Ethnobotany of Palau: Plants, People and Island Culture is a two-volume series published by The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Take Part in the March Floral Design Mini-Intensive

Posted in Videos, What's On at NYBG

Make your passion for flowers work for you with our virtual Floral Design Mini-Intensive Program, starting March 16. Read More

Inside our Collections

Get Creative with #ColorOurCollections

Posted in Inside our Collections

This week we're taking a peek into the archives of the LuEsther T. Mertz Library for #ColorOurCollections, a yearly event where we invite kids and ... Read More

History & People, Videos

Black History Month at NYBG

Posted in History & People, Videos

As we kick off Black History Month, hear from New York State Senator Jamaal Bailey on the importance of this observance. Read More

Inside our Collections, Plant Science

A Botanical Puzzle of the 20th Century

Posted in Inside our Collections, Plant Science

In Japan in 1941, paleobotanist Shigeru Miki (1901–74) discovered a conifer genus preserved in fossils that had been collected across the Northern Hemisphere. Read More

Inside our Collections

The Librarian’s Nightmare

Posted in Inside our Collections

In addition to its vast size, the fame of Orchidaceae rests on its extraordinary hand-colored lithographic plates which depict each orchid at life-size and in ... Read More

Garden News

Tulip Tree Allée Replanting Update

Posted in Garden News

Last February, we shared with you information about the need to remove five trees from the historic Tulip Tree Allée. We let you know that ... Read More

History & People

A Salute to Andrew Henderson, Ph.D.

Posted in History & People

I first met Andrew Henderson, one of the world’s most productive and respected palm specialists, in 1977 when we were young students. Read More

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