The NYBG Subscription
$99.99 / monthly
Exclusive monthly hand-crafted bouquets inspired by The New York Botanical Garden. A percentage of each purchase supports NYBG’s work in plant science and conservation. Includes approximately 30 stems.
This exclusive monthly flower subscription features hand-crafted bouquets inspired by the magnificent living collections of The New York Botanical Garden. Makes an elegant gift for holidays, special occasions, or just because!
1. Trim your stems. Make sure to trim the stems at a 45-degree angle before placing them in your vase with your flower food. This helps them hydrate properly! 2. Replace the vase water. Keep your vase free of harmful bacteria that will shorten the lifespan of your flowers by removing wilted petals, removing leaves below the waterline, and replacing the water in your vase often. 3. Keep it cool. Your cut flowers will always be happiest in cooler spaces. Whatever you do, avoid sunny windows!
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Designed in collaboration with NYBG and sourced from the finest sustainable flower farms in the world, The New York Botanical Garden Subscription captures the timeless elegance and historic beauty of the world’s premier botanical garden. These hand-tied bouquets fresh from the farm in less than 4 days, making for longer-lasting blooms. A percentage of each purchase supports NYBG’s work in plant science and conservation, horticulture and education.
With their unique compositions and superb color, these gorgeous monthly arrangements extend the exquisite beauty of The New York Botanical Garden’s living collections into the home.
— Richard Pickett, Vice President for Retail, NYBG
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Founded in 1891, The New York Botanical Garden is the most comprehensive botanical garden in the world. Its 250-acre verdant landscape and landmark Enid A. Haupt Conservatory support living collections of more than one million plants. NYBG’s LuEsther T. Mertz Library is an unparalleled resource of inspiration, with 11 million archival items–including some of the most beautiful botanical volumes ever produced–spanning ten centuries.