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You can now take a virtual tour of the New York Botanical Garden's gorgeous tulip garden

Collier Sutter
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Collier Sutter

The New York Botanical Garden remains temporarily closed, but springtime weather is bringing vivid blooms to the grounds!

With essential staff still on-site at the beloved Bronx-based garden, caring for their collection of florals, they took to capturing the blooms unfolding so New Yorkers won't miss a beat.

"The vivid colors of our many varieties of tulip are creating a confetti of petals in yellow, red, pink, and more for the essential staff caring for our collections. End your day with a calming walk among the tulips at NYBG," they wrote on their website. 

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You don't need to wait to leave your apartment to relish the spring and see thousands of tulips in a bright field. You can also check out other florals in the Botanical Garden's spring landscape like the rhododendrons, daffodils, magnolias over their 250 acres. They're also offering a sweet virtual tour of Jeff Leatham's Kaleidoscope Orchid Show, which exhibits thousands of species of beautiful orchids.

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