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Garden News

Planting New Trees

Posted in Garden News

NYBG curators plant dozens of new trees in the Living Collections and hundreds in the Thain Family Forest every year. Some of these new trees ... Read More

How To, Videos

Building a Trellis with Che’Von Cooper

Posted in How To, Videos

Thinking about adding a trellis or two to your garden—but don't know where to start? Read More

Garden News

Stewarding a Sylvan Landscape

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The New York Botanical Garden has always been dedicated to keeping its trees healthy. Read More

History & People, Inside our Collections

Brookshaw’s Beauties

Posted in History & People, Inside our Collections

George Brookshaw’s (1751–1823) Pomona Britannica, a masterpiece of the printing arts, is widely considered one of the finest color plate natural history works ever produced. Read More

How To, Videos

Discover Patterns in Nature with Arvolyn Hill

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Many of the beautiful patterns found in Yayoi Kusama's artwork can also be seen in nature—and kids are invited to join Arvolyn Hill, our Family ... Read More

What's On at NYBG

Improve Your Curriculum with Summer Professional Development for Teachers

Posted in What's On at NYBG

Calling all early childhood teachers! This summer you can step into the botanical world to explore new ways for your students to engage with science, ... Read More

Behind the Scenes, History & People

Celebrating Disability Pride Month

Posted in Behind the Scenes, History & People

The opening of the Edible Academy in 2018 welcomed a new kind of space at the Garden: a space for encouraging visitors of any age ... Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance Performs at NYBG

Posted in Videos, What's On at NYBG

Recorded in the sunny Haupt Conservatory plaza, experience a moving performance from the Bronx Academy of Art and Dance. Read More

Environment & Conservation, History & People

The Language of Land and Life: Preserving Traditional Plant Knowledge by Studying an Endangered Language in Mexico

Posted in Environment & Conservation, History & People

Central Mexico is a global hotspot for language and plant diversity, but it also faces many rapid environmental and cultural changes. Read More

Garden News

Announcing NYBG’s Next President and CEO

Posted in Garden News

Today we're eager to share with you an exciting development at the Garden. Read More

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