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Carolyn Finney: 2020 Vision, A Black Walden Pond & Other Musings

Dr. Finney explores the complexities and contradictions of American history as it relates to green space and race.

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Verdant Views: Growing Vegetables and Connections

Partnerships take root in the Pounder Vegetable Garden, which features sustainable practices you can try in your own back yard.

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Verdant Views: A Biocultural Conversation

Director Christopher Dunn discusses why biocultural diversity is important and how we are embracing the concept.

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Plants and Lore of the Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice marks the day when the sun begins its return and the certainty […]

News

The Wonder and Promise of Winter

Against the backdrop of uncertainly, struggle, and awakening, connecting to the natural world in person […]

Garden

Surprising color, welcome tranquility

The Mullestein Winter Garden breathes life into the cold months, with an array of colorful, eye-catching plants.

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Verdant Views: Growing in Gardens—A Personal Odyssey

Staff horticulturist Mitja Stragapede shares his personal odyssey with gardens and their transformative power.

News

Veterans honored at Cornell Botanic Gardens

Explore some of the places at Cornell Botanic Gardens that recognize the service of veterans across generations.

Cultural Connection

The Supernatural Side of Plants

Steeped in legends and lore, herbs provide a physical link to the beliefs and practices of people through the ages.