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The High Line Blog

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    Photo of the Week: Seasonal Flora on the Northern Spur Preserve

    Seasonal flora on the Northern Spur Preserve. Photo by Steven SeveringhausWe are so often delighted by High Line Photographer Steven Severinghaus 's ability to capture the changing seasons in the park’s gardens. There’s no better vantage point from which to observe the transitions of the foliage ... read more
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    A Closer Look at Archeo: Josh Kline's Skittles

    Josh Kline's Skittles part of the High Line Art group exhibition, Archeo. Photo by Timothy SchenckJosh Kline’s Skittles, part of the group exhibition Archeo, is an industrial refrigerator containing smoothies produced by the artist using unconventional and poetic combinations of ingredients, incl... read more
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    #EmptyHighLine: Scenes from an Early Morning Stroll

    Photo by @aloarowaThere are very few (good) reasons to awake at 5:30 AM, but the promise of a picturesque sunrise and room to roam brought out a snap-happy group of Instagrammers to the park on Wednesday, July 23. We joined with Instagram to welcome a small group to visit the park before it opene... read more
  • Plant of the Week: Shenandoah Red Switch Grass

    Shenandoah red switch grass (Panicum virgatum ‘Shenandoah’) is accented by airy reddish-pink panicles in the summer. Photo by Friends of the High Line The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the trains stopped running in t... read more
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    The Splendor of the Summer Garden

    The High Line's gardens are lush with blooms and green growth in the summer. Photo by Juan ValentinThere's nothing like a brutal, overlong winter to make one appreciate a summer garden. On those days when the sun is hot and you're tempted to hurry by beautiful blooms, remember this. And this. An... read more
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    Staff Spotlight: A Day with Gardener John Gunderson

    Gardener John Gunderson has been with Friends of the High Line since 2011. Photo by Friends of the High Line While the High Line is meant to look like a wild landscape, it requires an extraordinary amount of work to maintain the plant life. The horticulture team is responsible for maintain... read more
  • Staff Spotlight: A Day with Gardener John Gunderson

    Gardener John Gunderson has been with Friends of the High Line since 2011. Photo by Friends of the High Line While the High Line is meant to look like a wild landscape, it requires an extraordinary amount of work to maintain the plant life. The horticulture team is responsible for maintaini... read more
  • Plant of the Week: Harlequin Glorybower

    In late summer, Clerodendrum trichotomum's tubular white flowers fill the air with their sweet fragrance. Photo by Friends of the High Line The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the trains stopped running in the 1980s. ... read more
  • Photo of the Week: A New York Times Article, Two Residents, and a Historic Community Board Meeting

    Friends of the High Line Co-founders Joshua David (left) and Robert Hammond (right) on the Rail Yards section of the High Line in 2001. Photo by Joel Sternfeld, courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York On this day 15 years ago, an article on the High Line ran in the New York Times.... read more
  • Celebrating the Hardworking Honeybee

    A honeybee enjoys a visit to the High Line. Photo by Steven Severinghaus In anticipation of High Line Honey Day on July 30, we’re exploring the world of honeybees. We invited Dan Carr, Assistant Livestock Manager at Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture, to introduce our readers to this i... read more