In The New York Botanical Garden, the institution’s remarkable history and collections are presented in one magnificent volume. Through hundreds of exquisite photographs and reproductions of rare botanical art, the book celebrates this urban oasis’s 125th year as a place of unparalleled beauty in New York City and as an internationally renowned leader in plant research and conservation. This revised edition includes more than 200 new photographs and features added sections that offer in-depth views of the extraordinary plants, spectacular gardens, and award-winning architecture that define the 250-acre landscape. Archival and contemporary photographs beautifully document the Garden’s illustrious history and its ongoing development alongside essays that describe the origins and purpose of a botanical garden and provide a fascinating look at the Garden’s groundbreaking scientific discoveries since its founding in 1891.
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About the Author
Gregory Long, CEO and The William C. Steere Sr. President of the New York Botanical Garden, has led the institution since 1989 during an era of unprecedented growth. Todd A. Forrest, Arthur Ross Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections, is responsible for all of the gardens, grounds, and exhibitions at the New York Botanical Garden.