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Snowy days are here at last. Whether they’ll stay, who can say, but we’re enjoying the change of scenery ..read more
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“Do plants feel?” This is one of many questions that Indian scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose posed. Bose, today’s featured Google ..read more
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Sundown at the Marjorie G. Rosen Seasonal Walk.Have a beautiful weekend, everyone.—MN ..read more
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tinyclicks: Howautumnal ..read more
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The Bronx River paints a fall scene better than just about anyone. —MN ..read more
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On a dreary Friday, H. Isabel Adams’ poppy illustration from the Library’s 1910 copy of Wildflowers of the British Isles keeps us ..read more
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Moving our ozukuri (thousand bloom) chrysanthemum is no simple task, but it safely made the trek from our greenhouses to the Haupt ..read more
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We’re just seven months away from the April 22, 2017 opening of CHIHULY at NYBG—the first major New York exhibition of the sculptor’s ..read more
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This 1925 algae specimen from our Herbarium proves there’s beauty (and sometimes horses) to be found in all plants. –MN ..read more
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While Rio’s Olympic games have come and gone, there’s always a race on in the Amazon. Ghillean T. Prance, former Vice President of ..read more

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