Morning Eye Candy: Wind-Waved
Visiting the Native Plant Garden right about now might bring a certain small cottage amidst a grassy landscape to mind.
Indiangrass (Sorghastrum nutans) in the Native Plant Garden – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Shooting stars: Marianne Majerus’s Tracery in the Mist Photo: Marianne Majerus/IGPOTY
Britain is seeing a surge in amateur garden photography. Over the past decade, the hobby has flourished and now has a cult-like following.
The growing talent and quality …
Their name, semper vivum, means always living, because of their remarkable ability to grow in barren places. Photograph: John Glover/Alamy
What starts as a harmless search on eBay to see what is out there ends in a flurry of purchases. …
Taisha completes the series on South African plants and biomes with this entry. It is also her last official day as a work-learn student with Botany Photo of the Day, though there are about a half-dozen other entries she has …
As one of the last gasps of summer, Labor Day weekend is a chance for NYBG to throw open its gates on a Monday and welcome everyone for what tends to be the closing week of our summer exhibition. And …
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Adult Education is going to seed—but in a good way!
The new Fall-Winter course catalog showcases NYBG’s collaboration with Hudson Valley Seed Library, a farm-based company devoted to heirloom and open-pollinated seeds and garden-themed contemporary art. Every year, Hudson Valley …
Morning Eye Candy: Vividly Violet
New York ironweed (Vernonia noveboracensis) along the Mitsubishi Wetland Trail – Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen