Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a 52-acre land that houses several specialty gardens which include the Steinhardt Conservatory.
Founded in 1910, this garden features 14,000 types of plants and is home to three climate-themed areas where plants rarely seen in New York can be found. It is most known for its cherry trees from 42 cultivated varieties and species.
With over 200 cherry trees in total, the botanical garden has become one of the most popular places to see cherry trees outside of Japan. BBG, as it is known to Brooklyn residents, is also home to various aquatic plants and a bonsai collection.