October 17, 2013

What’s beautiful now? The pinks and purples of fall.

Most people think of oranges, umbers, mustards, and beiges as fall’s colors, but when it comes to flowers, fall means pinks, purples, mauve, magenta, and more colors in a cooler hue. See them all this weekend in the Native Plant Garden, Perennial Garden, the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden, along Seasonal Walk and the Ladies’ Border, and in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory where the blockbuster exhibition Kiku: The Art of the Japanese Garden enters its penultimate weekend.

For more traditional fall colors and activities you couldn’t pick a better weekend to come visit, because we have four words for you: Giant. Pumpkin. Carving. Weekend! It’s gonna be HUGE! Literally!

For day-to-day updates on what we’re seeing around grounds, be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter where we post daily updates from our staff and visitors. Need help getting around? Our iPhone app can help out there. It’s free and available in the App Store.

Photos by NYBG photographer Ivo M. Vermeulen.

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