Located in the lower Hudson Valley in New York, we welcome garden groups and individuals to come visit our arboretum-botanical garden. It is over 22 years in the making, with several specific collections like the nut grove, Chinese garden, Japanese garden, and American garden, in addition to a diverse collection of unusual edibles, and hardy cactus...to name a few. 

We have the most diverse selection of plants to be found in Ulster County. 

If you ever wanted to see how a botanical garden begins, this is a good place to visit. 

Asimina triloba (American Pawpaw)

NOFA-NY’s 2023 Virtual Winter Conference

Sunday, February 5, 2023

We're thrilled to be a part of this conference! 

For more info click here 

Castenea x dentata 'Dunstan'  (American Chestnut 'Dunstan')

 New York Botanical Garden

Expand your plant palette by adding low-maintenance fruiting plants that thrive in cold temperature growing regions—from Arctic kiwi to jujube, medlar to chestnut. 

We will highlight a wide variety of productive, edible crops that have few pest and disease problems and are appropriate for farmers, gardeners, and landscapers at every scale. 

$15/$18 Tuesday, 3/7, 6:30–7:30 pm Allyson Levy and Scott Serrano | Online | 233HRT210O

click here to view catalog and sign up.

Goji  'Firecracker'  (Lycium barbarum 'Firecracker')

Join us on March 22nd 

by joining us in a live webinar 


Annie Guilfoyle & Noel Kingsbury 



Click here for more info and to register

Don't know Garden Masterclass

This is a wonderful resource 

 A place to learn, to share, and to experience knowledge, skills, and ideas in gardening and garden and landscape design.

Garden tours include Edible Landscaping, Native Plants, Bog Planting, 

Hardy Cactus and Succulents, Vegetable gardening, 

as well as the History of Hortus Arboretum and Gardens, and more! 

Please contact us directly at the link below for more details.  


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