Garden News Blog
In nature, small details in the shape, texture, and size of a tree’s trunk and branches offer clues about the elements that guided it to grow a particular way. Poetically gnarled trunks and twisted branches tell the story of survival and adaptation to sweeping winds, drought, punishing snows, or even fire over
Toast pint-sized beauty at Small Scale, a narrated dinner dedicated to the high arts of Japanese gastronomy and horticulture. Enjoy a five-course meal of small plates featuring unusual micro-vegetables transformed into miniature edible works of art by Bushwick's Momo Sushi Shack (dubbed by London’s Financial Times
On January 27, New York was hit with another big snowstorm. According to the mayor's office, the storm dumped 19 inches of snow on the city by 4 a.m. Since January 1, Brooklyn has had a record-setting 36 inches of snow, breaking a record that was last set in 1925. BBG was closed for the day while the horticulture and
To celebrate the opening of BBG's bonsai show, Graceful Perseverance, the Garden will host an intimate evening event. Titled Small Scale, the evening will feature a short program of traditional Japanese dance by the Japanese Folk Dance Institute of New York and a talk by curator Julian Velasco on the art of bonsai. Momo
Even in the winter, BBG is a beautiful place to photograph. As you wander the grounds you may see small bursts of color emerging from white towers of snow, or the silhouettes of leafless trees against snow-heavy clouds might catch your eye and make the perfect shot. Some of our recent visitors have captured some truly
Enjoy this collection of photos from the first snow of 2011 at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. You can also view them in a full-screen slideshow on Flickr.