Food is at the heart of The New York Botanical Garden’s (NYBG) major, institution-wide exhibition Around the Table: Stories of the Foods We Love. As it happens, so is travel, as NYBG is exhibiting plants from all over the globe. Within minutes, a visitor is transported to South America, Southeast Asia and the American South, all of it just 20 minutes from Midtown Manhattan. It’s a deep dive into both commonplace and unusual plants from all over the globe.
“Some of these plants have been cultivated for food for thousands and thousands of years,” said Marc Hachadourian, NYBG’s Director of Glasshouse Horticulture and Senior Curator
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