CONNECTING PLANTS AND PEOPLES FOR A WORLD OF DIVERSITY, BEAUTY, AND HOPE.
Bailee Hopkins-Hensley is passionate about exploring the connections that humans have to plants—especially the connections that indigenous communities have to the species that sustain them. Hopkins-Hensley, who earned her MPS in Public Garden Management in May 2019, is mounting an exhibit to showcase the relationships that ash trees have with the world around them at the Nevin Welcome Center of Cornell Botanic Gardens.
WHAT TO SEE IN SUMMER!
Summer is one of the best times to visit! Blooms can be found in many of our gardens and throughout the arboretum. Our natural areas offer ample opportunity to explore unique settings.
For nearly 20 years, the Cornell Annual Trials Program has been evaluating the performance of annual flower and foliage plants in Ithaca. Starting in 2019, the trials will be...
Celebrate summer in the garden with a special evening garden party when the sun is fading and the flowers are glorious! The party will feature herb-flavored cocktails and...