Spring Weekend Discovery Workshops

Spring Discovery Workshop

Drop in for free family workshops to soak up spring in the Discovery Garden! Children will become naturalists as they explore plant and animal life cycles, watch the garden come magically to life, and experience the springtime world through fun, hands-on activities. Saturdays: May 21, June 4 Drop in 11 a.m.–1 p.m.

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BUGs Go Places

Nina Browne

After a successful training program last fall, the very first class of certified Brooklyn Urban Gardeners (BUGs) is making a difference to community greening efforts throughout Brooklyn. “BUG gave me the tools, knowledge, and confidence to revitalize a community garden,” reports Erik Rosenberg, a certified BUG

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Native Virginia Bluebells Blooming

Virginia bluebell

What could be more lovely than a clear sunny spring day, the fresh green shoots of plants juxtaposed against a powder-blue sky? The flowers of Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica) are as if tiny pieces of that sky came floating down to earth, giving us a fleeting glimpse of the heavens. Emerging from the earth with

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Bright Blooms in the Osborne Garden

Azalea

Azaleas, wisteria, and rhododendrons are in bloom in the Osborne Garden offering a stunning kaleidoscope of color. The Osborne Garden was originally designed in 1935 by landscape architect Harold Caparn and dedicated to Dean Clay Osborne in 1939 by his wife Sade Elizabeth Osborne. It was designed as a showcase for

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How to Get a Lush Lawn

BBG Lawn

Looking to green your lawn the natural way? Join instructor Luke Halligan for an informative workshop on sustainable lawn-care techniques on Tuesday, May 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. This workshop will cover everything you need to know to make your lawn into a thriving ecosystem. We will discuss methods to establish and care for a

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Spring Beauty in the Native Flora Garden

Claytonia virginica

Few flowers epitomize the grace of spring ephemerals like Claytonia virginica, commonly called spring beauty, fairy spud, good-morning-spring, musquash, wild-potato, or miskodeed. Spreading like a carpet over the forest floor, the candy-striped flowers are among the earliest to open after the snow has melted and spring

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Tuesday–Friday:
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday:
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Members’ Summer Evenings: Wednesdays, 6–8:30 p.m.

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Members Free
Adults $12
Seniors (65 and over) $6
Students with a valid ID $6
Children under 12 Free

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455 Flatbush Avenue
990 Washington Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225

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