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Cornell Botanic Gardens celebrates Mexica/Aztec connections to plants and foods, and the love of chocolate

Mexica/Aztec artist, storyteller, musician featured in O’Connor Lecture and entertains at the Chocolatada!

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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.

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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.

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25% off all online plant sales this weekend

From Friday, June 7 – Monday, June 10 you will receive 25% off your entire online plant purchase.

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Reunion 2019 Events

Welcome Back! Join us for a scheduled tour or event, or explore our gardens and natural areas on your own.

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Dryden Rail Trail Opening and Celebration

The official opening of the Dryden-Freeville section of the Dryden Rail Trail takes place on Saturday, May 11, 2019, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. When completed, the Dryden Rail Trail will connect three of Cornell Botanic Gardens’ natural areas across 16 miles.

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Enjoy Cornell Botanic Gardens during National Public Gardens Week

Garden, arboretum, and natural areas tours and activities are planned throughout National Public Gardens week, along with a flower-themed concert by the Cornell Chimes.

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Conserving Conifers Affected by Climate Change

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

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Bulbs Usher In Spring at Cornell Botanic Gardens

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.