The New York Botantical Garden in the Bronx held the Monet’s Garden exhibit from May 19 – October 21. Sponsored by MetLife Foundation and the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust, the exhibit was meant to feature the living works of art that was Claude Monet’s (1840 – 1926) gardens. We got a chance to visit the exhibit on its final day and were able to experience the changing sights and scents of many of the plants that Monet himself grew in his gardens throughout the seasons.
You might not have the chance to see Monet’s Garden itself, but take a look at some of our favorite plants and flowers from the exhibit:
Did you get a chance to visit Monet’s garden at the NYBG?
All photos © Pamela Nguyen for Redesign Revolution.