The National Tropical Botanical garden is dedicated to preserving tropical plant diversity and stemming the tide of extinction – through plant exploration, propagation, habitat restoration, scientific research, and education. NTBG’s Gardens and preserves are safe havens for at-risk species that otherwise might disappear forever.
Join us for a unique cultural and artistic experience! NTBG is hosting several, three-day ink and kapa making workshops in 2021.
Check out our March 2021 South Shore events! Yoga in the Garden is back or enjoy a full moon Twilight Tour.
Enjoy the natural and pristine setting of The Kampong Botanical Garden for Gentle Yoga & Meditation practice in this beautiful space every Tuesday and Thursday at 12 p.m.
A changing climate is likely to bring frequent and severe natural hazards. This video series offers an overview of challenges and solutions.
Common garden pests are invasive species. Find out how our conservation nursery manages threats and how you can keep your home garden safe.
February is Invasive Species Awareness Month in Hawaii. As a biodiversity hotspot, much of Hawaii’s […]
Fewer trips to the field have become the norm as scientists adapt by working from […]