If you walk around BBG often enough, chances are you’ll come across Chris Roddick—if you keep your gaze up toward the sky, that is. Roddick spends much of his time taking the danger out of trees, pruning for the tree’s sake and for our own safety. An ISA-certified arborist at BBG, Chris is also the
On July 6, members gathered around the Lily Pool Terrace to soak up the beautiful summer evening with cold cocktails, live music, and colorful scenery. Fun was had by all, and we look forward to the next Garden Cocktail Nights on August 3 and September 7! For a full list of upcoming events for BBG members, visit Member
Summer takes hold at BBG and the Garden is awash with a riot of colors. See the Photos page for more images of the Garden in all of its summer glory!
With a grand total of 36 residential semifinalists, whittled down from 188 original entrants, the first round of judging is now over for the 2011 Greenest Block in Brooklyn competition! GreenBridge program manager Nina Browne assures us that "the competition is fierce" this year. To view the semifinalists, visit Greenest
On Wednesday, June 29th, Goldman Sachs Community TeamWorks volunteers came back to BBG to work in the Children’s Garden. In the morning, Senior Garden Apprentices from BBG’s Garden Apprentice Program led the group in a weed identification game and briefed the volunteers on their tasks for the day. The volunteers
Each year since 1996, members of BBG's Gager Society take a trip to explore gorgeous private gardens in the tri-state area. This past June, the Gager Society and a handful of Garden staff took a tour of two unique gardens in Pennsylvania’s Bucks County. The members of the Gager Society make up the inner circle of