Q. I am planning a visit to NYBG. What can I expect to see in flower this month?


From late winter to the end of Autumn, the New York Botanical Garden is bursting with flowers. This chart provides a handy flowering schedule of the major plant groups here at NYBG. This information is based on phenological data collected over many years and represents the typical flowering period for a given collection.

There is another useful tool that you can refer to on the Explore the Gardens' Collections page of the website. We have trackers that indicate the percentage of Peak Color that has been reached by some of the major garden collections currently in flower, so you can time your visit with the greatest accuracy.

If you have any additional question, please contact us!

Courtesy of the NYBG Plant Information Service


  • Last Updated Apr 02, 2018
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  • Answered By Anita Finkle

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