Cutler Botanic Garden, Binghamton

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Cutler Botanic Garden (3.5 acres) is a botanical garden located at 840 Front Street, Binghamton, New York. It is open daily, without charge.
The garden was established by Miss Frances Cutler, who donated land to the Cornell University Cooperative Extension. In 1978 the idea began for a botanical garden, and the garden opened to the public in 1979.

Today the Garden is outdoor classroom for teaching horticulture and environmentalism, as well as a display garden for All-American Selections.
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  • We visited the Cutler Botanical Garden at the end of September. It still had most of its beautiful summer displays and plantings. Also the fall exhibit s were in full bloom and at peak. Everything....  more
    We visited the Cutler Botanical Garden at the end of September. It still had most of its beautiful summer displays and plantings. Also the fall exhibit s were in full bloom and at peak. Everything....  more »
  • This place is difficult to find...when you see the Cornell Cooperative Extension Building or TasteNY, pull in as you are there and the garden is in the back. We came late in the summer, so I was... 
    This place is difficult to find...when you see the Cornell Cooperative Extension Building or TasteNY, pull in as you are there and the garden is in the back. We came late in the summer, so I was...  more »
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  • Every Saturday morning during the summer they have the farmers market. I personally love the food vendor outside close to the entrance to the gardens his food is delicious. We go to the gardens after and my wife takes some amazing photographs of all that grows. From perennials that come back every year to all the annuals that the volunteers place and maintain. The had a class to become a master gardener not sure if they still do that. Also is A taste of NY. A really great place to spend the day. So pretty people have photographs taken for weddings. We highly recommend a visit.
  • When I have the opportunity to go to the farmers market on Saturdays from 9-1, I occasionally take a walk through the garden. It is very nice and there are many labeled indigenous perennial flowers and shrubs.

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