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History & People, Videos

Bronx Food & Farm Tour

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Take a sunny summer tour of the Garden of Happiness, the Garden of Youth, and the La Familia Verde Farmers Market. Read More

Behind the Scenes, Videos

Palm Dome Restoration Update: Cast to Last

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As we near the reopening of the Haupt Conservatory and its newly restored palm dome, watch our latest update video to discover how modern aluminum ... Read More

History & People

All in NYC: Growing Produce Locally to Build Resilience—and Community—in the Bronx

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"As a Bronx urban farmer, I witnessed across the borough an outpouring of support and desire to build community from gardeners and organizers." Read More

What's Beautiful Now

What’s Beautiful Now: Victoria Water Lilies Unfurled

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Can you guess how big these water lily pads are? Read More

Environment & Conservation, History & People, Plant Science

Vanuatu Celebrates its 40th Year of Independence and Learns a Lot about Botany

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

Vanuatu, a South Pacific archipelago of about 85 islands, celebrated the 40th anniversary of its independence recently with a 10-day public holiday, including an Agriculture ... Read More

Inside our Collections, Videos

Journey Through Summer

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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

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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

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

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