NYBG Conservatory

A trip to the New York Botanical Gardens in November is a treat. Her are some photographs from the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. I missed the first day of the stinky Titan-Arum blooming.

16 thoughts on “NYBG Conservatory

  1. Dan Antion 2021-12-05 / 4:49 pm

    It’s so nice to see these photos at this time of year.

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  2. 1954lspiegel1954 2021-12-04 / 9:39 am

    Very nice Conservatory pictures. I was there about a week & half ago and the autumn colors were at their peak.

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    • Sherry Felix 2021-12-05 / 7:32 am

      NYBG is one of my favorite places. l I often run into members of photo clubs or nature organizations I belong to there.

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  3. Barbara Bryan 2021-12-04 / 8:36 am

    And your photos are a terrific way to “visit” the botanical garden!

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  4. shoreacres 2021-12-04 / 8:18 am

    I got an up-close and personal view of a blooming Titan-Arum at the Houston Museum of Natural Science some years ago. That plant had its own social media page, and a 24-7 livestream for people who couldn’t get to the museum, or who wanted to watch the entire process in real time.

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  5. derrickjknight 2021-12-04 / 5:04 am

    Quite superb, Sherry. I photographed a Titan arum at Kew many years ago. Now I know what it as 🙂

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  6. picpholio 2021-12-04 / 5:04 am

    The titan-arum is realy great, I saw it in our Nat. Botacinal Garden in Meise (near Brussels)
    I also enjoyed the other pictures you showed of your visit.

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    • Sherry Felix 2021-12-04 / 5:44 am

      Thanks 🙂 Botanical gardens are lovely places to visit.

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