SPRING INTO COLOR

The first day of spring calls for a visit to The New York Botanical Garden! This weekend, I spent my Sunday exploring the incredible conservatory and appreciating the newest eye-catching installations. Photos by Victor Ancelson 

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 I’m always asked what the new colors of the season will be.  Take a look at the incredible colors of mother nature, this is what it’s all about! 

I’m always asked what the new colors of the season will be.  Take a look at the incredible colors of mother nature, this is what it’s all about! 

 The Orchid Show, now in its 16th year, features installations by Belgian Floral Artist Daniel Ost, who has special training in ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging.  His designs are presented in the conservatory and give him the opportunity to showcase one of the widest ranges of orchid diversity. Whether you’re a tourist popping into NYC for a visit or a resident that is looking to escape New York’s skyscrapers, this incredible National Historic Landmark should not be missed. 

The Orchid Show, now in its 16th year, features installations by Belgian Floral Artist Daniel Ost, who has special training in ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging.  His designs are presented in the conservatory and give him the opportunity to showcase one of the widest ranges of orchid diversity. Whether you’re a tourist popping into NYC for a visit or a resident that is looking to escape New York’s skyscrapers, this incredible National Historic Landmark should not be missed. 

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