Kiku: The Art of the Japanese Garden
Kiku returns with stunning floral masterworks The chrysanthemum, kiku in Japanese, is the most celebrated of all Japanese fall-flowering plants, and hundreds of meticulously trained kiku will be on display in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, in addition to a special bonsai display. Weekend events spotlight the art of ikebana, as well as taiko drumming, and celebrate the importance of flowers in Japanese culture. On October 8 & 15, enjoy a special evening viewing with a complimentary sake cocktail during Kiku Evenings. Asian American Arts Alliance Members Save 20% on All-Garden Passes by using code 9399 online at nybg.org *Valid only when you use code 9399 online at nybg.org. Valid for All-Garden Pass visits made through October 30, 2016. Offer subject to availability. Orders are limited to 6 tickets. Not valid on Special Event tickets or group tours. Discount cannot be combined with any other promotional offer or previously purchased tickets. Discount may be modified or withdrawn without prior notice. Tickets are not refundable or exchangeable.