The Mildred E. Mathias Garden is located on a hilly 7.5-acre site at the edge of campus.  It features plants from California to the Mediterranean and Australia and includes ecozones from the water’s edge to the desert. The photographs in this exhibition were taken over a 5-year period during 12 trips at different times of year. These close-up photographs have been selected to showcase plants that are not commonly grown in the northeast.
Photo above: This is the Channel Island tree poppy (Dendromecon harfordii). 

CURRENT AND PAST EXHIBITS

Explore how plants are indispensable to cultures around the world.

Current Exhibit

Ash Trees: A Story of Relationships, Loss, and Hope

This exhibit showcases how the invasive Emerald Ash Borer has upset the intricate relationships ash trees have with the world around them, including how the loss of these trees has impacted Haudenosaunee communities.

Exhibit

“Invisible Blue” Watercolors by Eder Muniz

Fifteen vibrant water color paintings by the artist who created the new magical mural behind the Nevin Welcome Center.

Past Exhibit

Peppers Around the World

Cultivated peppers traveled from Central and South America to quickly make their way around the globe.