By Jay Potter

Find tranquility and inspiration in one of Cornell Botanic Gardens’ best-kept secrets: the Zucker Shrub Collection. Gently descend from the treetops to the lily-lined pathways of this series of garden rooms. Graceful arcs of hydrangea, grasses, and perennials beckon visitors along pathways and invite them to take a seat in this garden home, among butterflies, pollinators, and birds.

The collection is under the care of horticulturist Kerry Dillon.


Soar above the herb and flower gardens

Soar over two of the most beautiful outdoor spaces at Cornell University—the Robison York State Herb Garden and Young Flower Garden.


Treasured Waterfalls

Refresh your spirit while gently soaring over the majestic waterfalls on the Cornell University campus. […]


May Magic and Majesty

Soar gently above Comstock Knoll and enjoy over 150 types of rhododendrons and azaleas blooming.