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September 14, 2021

Significant others: plants & insects

By High Line

Discover interesting relationships between High Line plants and insects you may find in the park.

Significant others: plants & insects

By High Line | September 14, 2021

Discover interesting relationships between High Line plants and insects you may find in the park.

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September 9, 2021

Featured plant: Echinacea

By High Line Gardens

Commonly known as coneflowers, the genus Echinacea comprises nine species of herbaceous perennial plants in the Asteraceae family that are native to...

Featured plant: Echinacea

By High Line Gardens | September 9, 2021

Commonly known as coneflowers, the genus Echinacea comprises nine species of herbaceous perennial plants in the Asteraceae family that are native to the prairies and open woodlands of the eastern and central regions of North America....

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August 18, 2021

How you can support insects

By High Line

Learn how to support living organisms, plants, and insects,

How you can support insects

By High Line | August 18, 2021

Learn how to support living organisms, plants, and insects,

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August 18, 2021

How High Line Gardeners support insects

By High Line

Our gardeners are stewards of an entire ecosystem in the park—supporting birds, insects, and other creatures.

How High Line Gardeners support insects

By High Line | August 18, 2021

Our gardeners are stewards of an entire ecosystem in the park—supporting birds, insects, and other creatures.

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February 22, 2021

Winter Gardens and Spring Cutback

By High Line

Eric Rodriguez, Director of Horticulture, describes the wonders of wintertime gardens and preparation for Spring Cutback.

Winter Gardens and Spring Cutback

By High Line | February 22, 2021

Eric Rodriguez, Director of Horticulture, describes the wonders of wintertime gardens and preparation for Spring Cutback.

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September 16, 2020

On Becoming an Artist:
High Line Teens Interview Cauleen Smith

By High Line Teens

The artist on where to begin an artwork, everyday inspiration, and counting on young people today.

On Becoming an Artist:
High Line Teens Interview Cauleen Smith

By High Line Teens | September 16, 2020

The artist on where to begin an artwork, everyday inspiration, and counting on young people today.

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May 28, 2020

Inside Track: Art in Times of Crisis

Cecilia Alemani, Donald R. Mullen, Jr. Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art, and artist Jordan Casteel discuss the power of art in challenging...

Inside Track: Art in Times of Crisis

May 28, 2020

Cecilia Alemani, Donald R. Mullen, Jr. Director & Chief Curator of High Line Art, and artist Jordan Casteel discuss the power of art in challenging times.

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May 14, 2020

The Enduring Flowers of Spring

By High Line

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

The Enduring Flowers of Spring

By High Line | May 14, 2020

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

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May 8, 2020

Inside Track: Garden Resiliency

Robert Hammond and Eric Rodriguez talk about the issues facing our gardens and plans to keep them thriving.

Inside Track: Garden Resiliency

May 8, 2020

Robert Hammond and Eric Rodriguez talk about the issues facing our gardens and plans to keep them thriving.

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April 21, 2020

Future-facing Gardens

By High Line

Director of Horticulture Eric Rodriguez discusses resiliency in horticulture.

Future-facing Gardens

By High Line | April 21, 2020

Director of Horticulture Eric Rodriguez discusses resiliency in horticulture.

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