Uli Lorimer is curator of the Native Flora Garden. The Delaware native grew up with an interest in all things green, and after receiving an honors degree from the University of Delaware in landscape horticulture, he moved to New York City to become the woodland gardener at Wave Hill. Since becoming curator of BBG's Native Flora Garden, Uli has tended its historic collection and been instrumental in expanding the garden to include a coastal plain meadow and pine barrens habitat. In his ongoing efforts to collect seed from the wild and bring to the garden rare and unusual indigenous species, Uli works closely with other botanists in the New York region to document and study the biodiversity of our area.
Online ArticlesWhy Is the Native Flora Garden Pond Green?
Collecting in the Wild
The Quiet Earth: A Forest in Winter
History of the Native Flora Garden
Native Virginia Bluebells Blooming
Spring Beauty in the Native Flora Garden
Wild Bleeding Heart in Bloom
Dutchman’s Breeches in Bloom
Bloodroot in Bloom
Trilliums, Charismatic Spring Ephemerals
An Adventure into Harriman State Park
Contributions to BBG HandbooksA Native Plants Reader
Great Natives for Tough Places
Healthy Soils for Sustainable Gardens