As the temperature continues to descend, plants are being conditioned to tolerate winter’s chill. The conditioning also works on people, too, but many of us fight it.
The Apple Festival survived and thrived despite the wind and rain, soaking up the weather and turning out as delicious as ever.
One of the pleasures at UBC Botanical Garden is watching how plants respond to conditions from one year to the next.
Summer at UBC Botanical Garden means flowers. Some of the most popular summer flowers are salvias (sages) and their relatives.
When institutions have big milestones, like the 100th birthday of the UBC Botanical Garden, the anniversary can seem intangible. What exactly is being celebrated and why? The Garden Days event I helped to organize on the weekend of June 17-19 gave me a
By Richard Hallman, UBC Botanical Garden Pomologist in Residence UBC Botanical Garden was established on the UBC campus in 1916. The Garden is now celebrating its 100th anniversary, but it wasn’t until the 1960s that the Garden moved to its current loc
UBC Botanical Garden, the Nitobe Memorial Garden and the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre are pleased to host a presentation by Dr. Tsunenori Nitobe from the Nitobe Shrine and Museum in Towada-shi. Dr. Nitobe will present “Dr. Inazo Nitobe an