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Take a class at BBG this summer!

GAP

Registration is open for spring and summer classes and workshops at BBG! Check out summer classes and programs for adults, community gardeners, composters, and children from April through August. This year, we are happy to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Native Flora Garden with special classes and events for

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The Living Lineage of Flowering Plants

New Caledonia Fieldwork

Amborella trichopoda (Amborellaceae) is the earliest known living lineage of flowering plants. Any student who has taken a class with me over the last 10 years has learned about this amazing plant. In its endemic country of New Caledonia, on Mt. Aoupinie, I finally got to see this amazing and very strange flowering tree.

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Parc de la Rivière Bleue

New Caledonia Fieldwork

Parc de la Rivière Bleue (Blue River Park) is perhaps most well-known national park in New Caledonia. It is in the heart of the southern end of the south province and is famous for its most showy vertebrate residents, the kagus (Rhynochetos jubatus). We were fortunate to visit the park with Daniel and Irène

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Blight-resistant Chestnut Trees Come to BBG

American Chestnut

Today The New York Times and the Daily News both ran stories about new blight-resistant chestnuts coming to BBG. Bart Chezar, a long-time BBG member and Prospect Park volunteer received the hybrid seeds from the American Chestnut Foundation with the hope that once planted in the Garden and Park they might inoculate the

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Adventures in Fieldwork

Bourail forest canopy

We collected at the end of a harrowing road today – I’m not sure that our car rental agency knew what they were getting into with us! The habitat on the road to the Montagne des Sources Preserve was a mix of high maquis and rain forest on ultramafic soils. I still have not quite gotten used to seeing so many

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Forest Plots in Parc des Grandes Fougère

fieldwork

We had an excellent field day in Parc des Grandes Fougères with a team of botanists from IRD. The park was established in 2008 adjacent to (and accessed via) Réserve Spéciale de Faune du Col d’Amieu and its name means park of large ferns. We worked mostly in previously surveyed plots established within

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