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Featured Plant: Viking Black Chokeberry

Viking black chokeberry is a deciduous shrub that provides three seasons of interest, a distinction much valued by High Line gardeners.
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Black Beauty

With magnificent fortitude, Simone Leigh's Brick House is the inaugural High Line Plinth commission on the Spur.
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In/With Chelsea

Through a series of artworks, In/With Chelsea inserts local memory and advocacy within the streetscapes of North Chelsea surrounding the Spur.
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From the blog

The Enduring Flowers of Spring

All about spring ephemerals—tulips, daffodils, shooting stars, and more.

Connecting Through Images: An Interview with Photographer Jonathan Flaum

We interviewed New York City photographer, and former High Line photo-documentarian, Jonathan Flaum.

Gardening in the Sky: Are There Rare Plants?

The High Line’s unique microclimates and our gardeners’ regular attention allows rare plant species to flourish.