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"Landscape For Life" is a 5-part workshop that will show you how to harness nature’s power to create a healthy, beautiful home landscape. Read more
Join Cornell Botanic Gardens staff to observe the beauty of spring unfurl on weekly spring walks. Read more
Cornell Botanic Gardens joined the ranks of Lucifer Falls in Treman State Park and Stonecrop Gardens in the Hudson Valley as one of 26 lesser-known tourist attractions around New York State on The Crazy Tourist website. Click here for the full list.
After their visit to Cornell Botanic Gardens, third graders from Northeast Elementary School created watercolor paintings of wildflowers. Their prints are on display at the Nevin Welcome Center now through the end of April. Read more
"What lies beneath," an exhibit of wood art by Lisa M. Narloch, includes art created from the beloved big leaf magnolia and northern catalpa trees that were removed from Cornell Botanic Gardens in recent years. Read more
Cornell Botanic Gardens was officially approved Oct. 28 by the Cornell University Board of Trustees, the final step in a broad rebranding effort begun more than two years ago. Read more