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September 18, 2019

Featured Plant: Grey Birch

By High Line Gardens

Betula populifolia is monoecious, meaning male and female flowers exist on the same specimen.

Featured Plant: Grey Birch

By High Line Gardens | September 18, 2019

Betula populifolia is monoecious, meaning male and female flowers exist on the same specimen.

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September 9, 2019

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, 2019

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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July 30, 2019

"Keeping a Jungle in Check": An Interview with Horticulture Supervisor, Taryn Cunha

By High Line

Learn about the Spur gardens, Taryn’s favorite part of the job, and which new plants to look out for on the park.

"Keeping a Jungle in Check": An Interview with Horticulture Supervisor, Taryn Cunha

By High Line | July 30, 2019

Learn about the Spur gardens, Taryn’s favorite part of the job, and which new plants to look out for on the park.

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July 26, 2019

Featured Plant: Queen Anne's Lace

By High Line Gardens

Aggressive and hardy, yet alluringly attractive, Queen Anne’s lace makes a great addition to your garden.

Featured Plant: Queen Anne's Lace

By High Line Gardens | July 26, 2019

Aggressive and hardy, yet alluringly attractive, Queen Anne’s lace makes a great addition to your garden.

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July 1, 2019

Featured Plant: Sea Lavender

By High Line Gardens

Sea lavender’s common name derives from the plant’s ability to thrive in coastal conditions and for its airy cluster of tiny, papery, lavender-blue...

Featured Plant: Sea Lavender

By High Line Gardens | July 1, 2019

Sea lavender’s common name derives from the plant’s ability to thrive in coastal conditions and for its airy cluster of tiny, papery, lavender-blue flowers.

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April 23, 2019

Habitat in the Sky: Studying Wild Bees on the High Line

By High Line and the American Museum of Natural History

As the city embraces spring and lures people outside with warmer weather and longer days, the High Line is expecting a different kind of local...

Habitat in the Sky: Studying Wild Bees on the High Line

By High Line and the American Museum of Natural History | April 23, 2019

As the city embraces spring and lures people outside with warmer weather and longer days, the High Line is expecting a different kind of local visitor.

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April 15, 2019

Featured Plant: Lilafee Barrenwort

By High Line Gardens

Lilafee barrenwort’s amethyst flowers appear in April.

Featured Plant: Lilafee Barrenwort

By High Line Gardens | April 15, 2019

Lilafee barrenwort’s amethyst flowers appear in April.

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April 3, 2019

Celebrate Earth Every Day!

By High Line Gardens

Caring for local ecosystems this Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Every Day!

By High Line Gardens | April 3, 2019

Caring for local ecosystems this Earth Day

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March 6, 2019

Featured Plant: Toyo-Nishiki Flowering Quince

By High Line Gardens

Chaenomeles japonica ‘Toyo-Nishiki,’ Toyo-Nishiki flowering quince, is deciduous shrub in the rose family, and is a not-so-distant relative of apple...

Featured Plant: Toyo-Nishiki Flowering Quince

By High Line Gardens | March 6, 2019

Chaenomeles japonica ‘Toyo-Nishiki,’ Toyo-Nishiki flowering quince, is deciduous shrub in the rose family, and is a not-so-distant relative of apple and pear trees.

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March 5, 2019

Gardening in the Sky: Spring Ephemerals

By High Line Gardens

Spring ephemerals emerge, bloom, produce seed, and disappear all within a matter of weeks. On the High Line, these plants add color and texture to our...

Gardening in the Sky: Spring Ephemerals

By High Line Gardens | March 5, 2019

Spring ephemerals emerge, bloom, produce seed, and disappear all within a matter of weeks. On the High Line, these plants add color and texture to our gardens early in the season, when many perennials are still dormant and have been cut...

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