Garden News Blog
As if we weren’t already over-the-top excited for next weekend’s Sakura Matsuri Festival, Taiko Masala came by the Garden this morning for a preview! They’re called the "Thunder Drummers” for good reason⎯their performance of Japan’s traditional drumming, taiko, rumbles like
The tulips planted in the Annual Bed have begun to open and create a gorgeous color display in the Lily Pool Terrace. Planted by curator Cayleb Long last fall, these spring bloomers have made a bit of an early debut thanks in part to the unseasonable warm 80-degree weather enjoyed in Brooklyn this past week. Of particular
It’s a beautiful day in the Judith D. Zuk Magnolia Plaza at BBG! Many of the trees are in bloom creating a space that smells as good as it looks. The plaza started with only 8 trees that were first planted in 1933. Over time our collection has grown to 72 trees covering 17 varieties. Visitors in late March can see
Brooklyn has seen some lovely weather in the past few weeks (along with some pretty serious rain) and that's caused spring to awaken all around the garden. From early snow drops and crocuses to flowering apricot and peach trees, there's quite a lot to see in bloom this March! The first to emerge were hellebores. There's
The BBG has long been known for its diverse and numerous orchid collection. With over 6,000 plants distributed through 240 genera and representing about 980 species from around the world, visitors can often see a wide variety of blooming flowers even at the height of winter. The display is constantly changing as orchids go
From April 18 to April 26, 2008, over 3,000 digital photos were taken, one every three minutes, of Brooklyn Botanic Garden's famed Cherry Walk. Learn all about Brooklyn Botanic Garden's cherry blossoms at bbg.org/cherries Photography by Dave Allen; music by Jon Solo (jonsolomusic.com).