Welcome to the New York Botanical Garden! established in 1891, the Botanical Garden is an exhibition of all sorts of plants and flowers from around the world while simultaneously acting as a reserve to protect the very plant life inside of the Garden.
Inspired by a visiting botanist Nathaniel Lord Britton, him and his wife Elizabeth believed that New York should house a massive botanical garden in order to help the residents of New York better understand the nature around them and how valuable some plant species can be or how ancient some of the trees in the city are.
The 250 acre historical landmark is now the largest botanical garden in the United States. housing 50 specialty gardens it holds more than 1 million plants. Victorian style glass houses, Native plant gardens that house some of the most diverse plants located Northeast of North America, and one of the worlds most sustainable rose garden are among the many different types of exhibits available to any visitor coming to the Botanical Garden.
Despite the New York Botanical Garden being represented as an exhibit for visitors to come and admire different species of plants the garden also acts as a research facility. The New York Botanical Garden hosts nearly a hundred PH.D. level scientists from around the world and is one of the top two research Botanical Gardens in the world. the New York Botanical Garden also works with over 250 different research facilities located in 49 different countries from around the world.
The New York Botanical Garden is a living museum and one of the most beautiful places on the planet. whether you’re going to admire the visual masterpiece that the garden is or going to see what different species of plants exist around the world The New York Botanical Garden is a must see place.