We offer tours, workshops, lectures, webinars, and more to providing meaningful opportunities for people to learn about plants and how essential they are to our lives and our well-being.

There are also ways to explore our gardens and grounds using our self-guided tour options.

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Jan 17, 2022: Ecological Calendars: Finding Hope in the Face of Climate Change at Brian C. Nevin Welcome Center

An exhibit in the Nevin Welcome Center, “Ecological Calendars: Finding Hope in the Face of Climate Change,” brings together art, photography, prints, and interpretive displays to express the ways in which Indigenous and rural communities around the world are adapting to dis [...]

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Jan 27, 2022: Verdant Views: Linking Art and Nature Through Education

Art inspired by nature can serve to display natural forms, teach scientific principles, and inform our own personal connection to the natural world. In this episode of Verdant Views, host Kevin Moss welcomes Gregory Page, Cornell Emeritus Professor of Art, Emily Detrick, Di [...]

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Past Events


Verdant Views: Learning by Leading

Learn about this exciting student engagement initiative.


Coppicing: Its History and Practice

Brandon George, graduate student , and Emily Pratt, horticulturist, discuss the history and uses of coppicing


Elusive Blue: the Rarest of Flower Colors

Join graduate student Brandon George for an in-depth talk on the color blue, why it is so rare in the plant world, and some tips for displaying it in a garden.