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a museum of plants, an educational institution, and a scientific research organization celebrating in 2019.
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During the kick-off of @ NYBG, 9/20, stop into the Mertz Library Open House, where correspondence and specimens from the John Torrey collection will be on view—offering a glimpse into the life and world of this historic botanist.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 16
🌍 All-Garden Pass admission is free on Friday, 9/20, the day of the Global Climate Strike—as we kick off . Come explore Brazilian Modern in its final days and take part in programs creating a deeper connection with our natural world.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 13
Weaving the rhythmic martial art of Brazil's capoeira and Afro-Brazilian traditions with contemporary and modern techniques, creating a soulful style all its own, Leandra and Janete Da Silva return with their dance company this Sunday, 9/15—only at NYBG.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 13
Tickets are now on sale for this year's Blues, Brews, & Botany event. Grab yours before they're gone for this October 5 afternoon of unlimited samples, talks, and more featuring the region's best breweries.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 13
🐝 Think you've got a busy workday? Our honeybees might be giving you a run for your money. Pull some motivation from nature's hardest workers by checking in with our buzzy friends at the Edible Academy—all thanks to our "beecam" livestream. 🍯
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 11
There's time yet to see Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx—but don't wait too long. Get a peek into our largest botanical exhibition ever in the latest from , and see it for yourself before it ends on September 29.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 11
This week's Fresh from the Garden Tasting by  is a refreshing mix of hearty beans, onions, fresh herbs, and more. Don't forget to stop by on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays for tasty demos in the Edible Academy!
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 11
For the first time, Marcello Lins and his Armorial group bring “Viola Caipira”, or sertaneja—a traditional Brazilian folk music—to NYC, thanks to . Hear it for yourself Sunday, September 15 during their annual cultural and educational program.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 10
To the thousands of kids who visit NYBG each year, our teen Explainers are teachers—but they're also lifelong learners. See how high school students build botanical knowledge studying the growth and bloom schedule (or "phenology") of plants like the Siberian squill. 🌱
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 10
With contemporary artwork by over 400 established artists, our friends at the have something to suit every taste—whether you're a first-time buyer or seasoned collector. Save $10 with partner code CNYCBOT10.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 6
What's beautiful now? The Zulu Giant (Stapelia gigantea)! Its tremendous, fuzzy flowers open to reveal what's certainly more of a stench than an aroma, attracting flies to pollinate it with the smell of rotten meat. Maybe it's best to admire from afar. 🦟☠️
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 6
As part of at NYBG, we’re talking with people from all over the Garden about what inspires their passion for plants. Today, meet Leslie Coleman, Plant Information Specialist.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 5
🍺 When it comes to beer, the flavors of our region are defined by the quality of the soil, the climate’s temperament, the brewer’s know-how—and plenty of careful botany. Blues, Brews, & Botany is back at NYBG on October 5. Grab tickets while they last.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 5
📚 For little ones just heading into school this week, learning the alphabet doesn't have to be a chore. Recite it with plant specimens from the Steere Herbarium in the latest from The Hand Lens.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 5
Replying to @Aloe9678
Seemed like it was time. 👍
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 4
🐛 What was your first memory of "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"? The book celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, and as kids are heading back into the classroom, check out some of the very real plants this eager little bug feasted on during its journey.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 4
This week's Fresh from the Garden Tasting by  is a send-off to the flavors of summer with honey, mint, and lemon. Don't forget to stop by on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays for tasty demos in the Edible Academy!
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 3
2019 at NYBG is set to be the biggest yet, and we're excited to join  and organizations around NYC in showcasing and accelerating global climate action. Starting September 20, learn how you can get involved.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 3
Replying to @SansSouciBlogs
Yes! You can email plantinfo@nybg.org and they’ll get back to you with an ID if they’re able.
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New York Botanical Garden Sep 1
Hope we're not ~too~ late for ! Humankind's best friend has long had a place alongside history's botanists. Check out some of the botany dogs we found in our archives in the latest from The Hand Lens.
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