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.
National Tropical Botanical Garden will host an exhibition of Remains of a Rainbow: Rare Plants and Animals of Hawaii by photographers Dav
Fall is just around the corner and so is the semi-annual NTBG Plant sale at the South Shore Visitors Center.
Experience the biocultural wonders of Polynesia at Kahanu Garden. Canoe plants, native plants, hala forest and Pi’ilanihale Heiau.
Hurricane Irma has passed and we are glad to report that our staff are safe and the historic structures at The Kampong suffered little damage.
Hurricane Irma has passed and we are very glad to report our staff members are safe and the historic structures at The K
Due to the impending Hurricane Irma, The Kampong, NTBG's garden located in Coconut Grove, FL is closed effectiv
2016 was a most exciting and dynamic year for National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG).
To promote the conservation, study, and use of Breadfruit for food and reforestation.