Brooklyn Garden Celebrates Native NY Plants

by Ashwin Bhandari
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The Brooklyn Botanic Garden celebrates the centennial of its Native Flora Garden with a variety of activities and exhibits.

This summer the Brooklyn Botanic Garden  will celebrate the centennial of the Native Flora Garden, a garden consisting entirely of plants indigenous to the New York region with tons of different events.

With free admission all day, every Tuesday and Saturdays before noon, visitors can check out the celebration without straining their wallets.

You can listen to Uli Lorimer, the curator of the Native Flora Garden, point out some highlights below.

For more information visit bbg.org.

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