This episode of Verdant Views explores the journey behind Cornell Botanic Gardens’ native lawn project.
Lessons learned from growing the plants of the “Seeds of Survival and Celebration: Plants and the Black Experience” exhibit.
A master’s-degree student incorporated dormant and dried plant material collected from Cornell Botanic Gardens together with fragrant spring annuals in a display that added visual interest, color, and fragrance in the dormant months
Valerie Aymer speaks on how our gardens have been of great use in her students’ practice of Landscape Architecture, as well as her own.
Professor Emeritus Gregory Page shares how Cornell Botanic Gardens was integral to teaching his art classes.
Gavin Ratliff, a current senior studying landscape architecture, tells us how the design of the Cornell Botanic Gardens and his own passions work together to create enriching experiences.
We invite you to come see our Botanic Buzzline – a flowering pathway that connects people and pollinators to plants.
Garden Guide and Master Gardener Teresa Craighead shares how a space in her life was filled and grew into bountiful opportunities with the Cornell Botanic Gardens.
Student and Public Engagement Coordinator Kevin Moss tells a heartwarming story stemming from his love for a past tree in the Botanic Gardens.