The short answer is 60 hours, two days, and the hard work of 11 people. […]
Cornell Botanic Gardens’ collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service aims to help stem the decline of Northwest U.S. conifer species affected by changing climate conditions
The cornelian cherry tree is a main attraction in our Groundcover Collection and is one of the first plants to bloom in early spring.
A wave of early color greets visitors to Cornell Botanic Gardens in spring, courtesy of 30,000 mixed bulbs, now beginning their bloom outside the Nevin Welcome Center.