Volunteers and High Line Gardeners gather tools and supplies at the end of a chilly Spring Cutback shift on Tuesday, March 6. Photo by Liz Ligon.
We have just completed week one of High Line Spring Cutback!
Spring Cutback is an intense six week-long process in which we cut back the Hig...
High Line Gardeners are busily working to cut back more than 100,000 plants by hand to prepare for new spring growth on the High Line. The process, called High Line Spring Cutback, began this week.
This week we begin High Line Spring Cutback – our biggest horticultural task of the year.
Jet Trail flowering quince is known for its abundant white blooms that cover the shrub in early spring. Photo by High Line Volunteer Lebasi Lashley.
The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that took root on the elevated rail tracks after the trains stoppe...
High Line Gardener John Gunderson advises Spring Cutback volunteers on the proper technique for cutting back the grasses during a volunteer orientation session on February 15.
In just a few days, we will begin what has become one of our favorite traditions since the High Line opened as ...
Work is progressing at the site of the future High Line Headquarters. In the foreground, the formwork for the pile caps and grade beam are outlined in plywood. Crews will pour concrete into these forms; once the concrete dries, the plywood will be removed. Photo by Timothy Schenck
Corsican hellebore is a hearty evergreen that produces pale green flowers in late winter.
The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that took root on the elevated rail tracks after the trains stopped running. The High Line includes more than 300 species of ...
The High Line, looking south from West 23rd Street. Photo by Iwan Baan.
In case you missed it, last month Travel + Leisure named the High Line as No. 10 on its list of the world’s most popular landmarks.
It sounds crazy to us – that in the three short years since the first section of t...
Family Feather Flurry brought together nearly 40 children and their caregivers for a winter scavenger hunt on the High Line, followed by crafts and storytelling at Posman Books.
On Sunday, February 5, children and caregivers joined us for the Family Feather Flurry, a High Line Kids scaven...
The woodland crocus is one of the first spring bulbs to pop up. Keep an eye out for these tiny purple flowers. Photo by Cristina Macaya.
The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that took root on the elevated rail tracks after the trains stopped running. T...
Happy Valentine’s Day from Friends of the High Line!
In honor of the romantic holiday, here’s a celluloid strip of lipstick kisses from Jennifer West’s silent film currently looping on HIGH LINE CHANNEL.
Jennifer is an experimental filmmaker who works with “direct films,” or films real...