Draw and Discover: A botanic art experience with artist Camille Doucet
Summer interns learn the art of botanical drawing and watercolor and form stronger connections to plants
Ithaca is Indeed Gorges
Alice Soewito ’21 shares her adventures as a Cornell Botanic Gardens intern in summer 2019 in this series.
Make Cornell Botanic Gardens part of your Homecoming 2019
Welcome back to Cornell! During Homecoming Weekend, on October 5, 2019, and October 6, 2019, Cornell Botanic Gardens is offering a series of special tours for alumni and their families.See below for the full schedule and details.
Explore Cornell Botanic Gardens during Orientation
Welcome to Cornell! During Orientation weekend, August 23, 2019, and 24, 2019, Cornell Botanic Gardens is offering a variety of tours and events for incoming students and their families. See below for the full schedule and details.
Annual Trials Garden makes a Splash at the Cornell Botanic Gardens
Now is the time to visit this garden bursting with 130 different cultivars of annual plants in different shapes, sizes, and hues.
Hidden Gems at the Zucker Herb Collection: Hydrangeas and Daylillies
The Zucker Herb Garden is a lesser known but beautiful garden in the F. R. Newman Arboretum. Come see its beautiful blooms right now!
Blooming Foxgloves and Castor Bean Plant at the Robinson York State Herb Garden
Come view the towering foxgloves and ancient castor bean plants and appreciate their immense biocultural value at the Robinson York State Herb Garden.
White Dogwoods Flowering in Comstock Knoll
Come visit the Cornell Botanic Gardens to view the lush, white dogwoods that have flowered at the Comstock Knoll.
Towering ‘Double Allium’ installed at Botanic Gardens
Anne Simon Moffat ’69 and husband Keith Moffat commissioned the sculpture, which was dedicated June 8 during Reunion weekend.