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December 27, 2017

Plant of the Week: Early goldenrod

By Kaspar Wittlinger

When a snow-laden goldenrod leans into your path along the Western Rail Yards, seize the opportunity to take a closer look at its gritty structure....

Plant of the Week: Early goldenrod

By Kaspar Wittlinger | December 27, 2017

When a snow-laden goldenrod leans into your path along the Western Rail Yards, seize the opportunity to take a closer look at its gritty structure. Dense panicles of ripe seed are held on stiff stems that bear high winds and sleet for...

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December 19, 2017

Plant of the Week: Rose mallow

By EM Rodriguez

This December, we’ve already had two snow storms on the High Line, which is a dramatic difference from last December’s unseasonably warm...

Plant of the Week: Rose mallow

By EM Rodriguez | December 19, 2017

This December, we’ve already had two snow storms on the High Line, which is a dramatic difference from last December’s unseasonably warm weather. Right now our perennials are blanketed under a layer of fresh snow, and it...

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December 7, 2017

Q&A with Lainie Fefferman and Jascha Naverson: Go Behind the Scenes of the Gaits Soundscape

By Victoria Tripsas

Celebrate the winter solstice with an immersive soundwalk along the High Line as part of the Gaits Soundscape. Participants become performers as your...

Q&A with Lainie Fefferman and Jascha Naverson: Go Behind the Scenes of the Gaits Soundscape

By Victoria Tripsas | December 7, 2017

Celebrate the winter solstice with an immersive soundwalk along the High Line as part of the Gaits Soundscape. Participants become performers as your footsteps are turned into sounds, creating a collective, whimsical music piece...

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December 6, 2017

6 Reasons to Love the High Line in Winter

By Erika Harvey

Here are 6 of our top reasons to love winter on the High Line. Anything you would add?

6 Reasons to Love the High Line in Winter

By Erika Harvey | December 6, 2017

Here are 6 of our top reasons to love winter on the High Line. Anything you would add?

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December 5, 2017

Plant of the Week: Grace smokebush

By Taryn Cunha

This October brought record high temperatures to New York City. While many people enjoyed the unexpected sunshine and warmth, trees did not adapt as...

Plant of the Week: Grace smokebush

By Taryn Cunha | December 5, 2017

This October brought record high temperatures to New York City. While many people enjoyed the unexpected sunshine and warmth, trees did not adapt as well. The hot and dry fall allowed the trees to continue producing chlorophyll, keeping...

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December 1, 2017

Gardening in the Sky: Predicting Success

By Erin Eck

Failure is a big part of gardening, especially in the unusual conditions we have on the High Line. Growing plants in 15- 18″ inches of constructed...

Gardening in the Sky: Predicting Success

By Erin Eck | December 1, 2017

Failure is a big part of gardening, especially in the unusual conditions we have on the High Line. Growing plants in 15- 18″ inches of constructed soil on a bridge that passes over streets and buildings presents unique challenges....

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