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March 5, 2020

Mushrooms, New Plants, and Homes for Bees: Garden Updates from Our Director of Horticulture

By High Line

As spring kicks into gear, we spoke with our director of horticulture about our plans for the gardens.

Mushrooms, New Plants, and Homes for Bees: Garden Updates from Our Director of Horticulture

By High Line | March 5, 2020

As spring kicks into gear, we spoke with our director of horticulture about our plans for the gardens.

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February 5, 2020

Featured Plant: Culver's Root

By High Line Gardens

Culver’s root stands up to seven feet tall with deep green leaves in groups of three to seven surrounding the upright stems in whorls like...

Featured Plant: Culver's Root

By High Line Gardens | February 5, 2020

Culver’s root stands up to seven feet tall with deep green leaves in groups of three to seven surrounding the upright stems in whorls like collars.

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January 22, 2020

Featured Plant: Rattlesnake Master

By High Line Gardens

Its name may be frightening, but the plant is vibrantly enticing.

Featured Plant: Rattlesnake Master

By High Line Gardens | January 22, 2020

Its name may be frightening, but the plant is vibrantly enticing.

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January 16, 2020

Gardening in the Sky: Are There Rare Plants?

By High Line Gardens

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

Gardening in the Sky: Are There Rare Plants?

By High Line Gardens | January 16, 2020

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

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December 20, 2019

A Winter Garden

By High Line Gardens

The High Line’s plants have much to offer in the winter months.

A Winter Garden

By High Line Gardens | December 20, 2019

The High Line’s plants have much to offer in the winter months.

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December 12, 2019

The Fluffy Birds of Winter

By High Line

Why do birds look so fluffy in winter? Learn about cold season birds on the High Line.

The Fluffy Birds of Winter

By High Line | December 12, 2019

Why do birds look so fluffy in winter? Learn about cold season birds on the High Line.

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December 3, 2019

Featured Plant: Northern Sea Oats

By High Line Gardens

The Northern Spur Preserve is host to Northern sea oats, a native, perennial, ornamental grass.

Featured Plant: Northern Sea Oats

By High Line Gardens | December 3, 2019

The Northern Spur Preserve is host to Northern sea oats, a native, perennial, ornamental grass.

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November 11, 2019

A Thriver’s Guide to Stonewall 100

By Theodore (ted) Kerr

Theodore (ted) Kerr shares a wrap-up of our June public forum that asked “How Many of Us Will Be Thriving for Stonewall 100?

A Thriver’s Guide to Stonewall 100

By Theodore (ted) Kerr | November 11, 2019

Theodore (ted) Kerr shares a wrap-up of our June public forum that asked “How Many of Us Will Be Thriving for Stonewall 100?

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October 18, 2019

Featured Plant: Firetail Mountain Fleece

By High Line Gardens

Firetail mountain fleece is long-blooming, sometimes lasting until the year’s first frost.

Featured Plant: Firetail Mountain Fleece

By High Line Gardens | October 18, 2019

Firetail mountain fleece is long-blooming, sometimes lasting until the year’s first frost.

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September 26, 2019

Gardening as Storytelling: Talking Medicinal Plants with Our Director of Horticulture

By High Line

Introducing our new series of interviews with our director of horticulture. Up first: medicinal plants, in celebration of our horticulture festival.

Gardening as Storytelling: Talking Medicinal Plants with Our Director of Horticulture

By High Line | September 26, 2019

Introducing our new series of interviews with our director of horticulture. Up first: medicinal plants, in celebration of our horticulture festival.

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