One of several distinctive alliums on the High Line, this delicate plant’s close relation to the garlic we eat is obvious from its unmistakable scent.
The tallest member of the North American tallgrass prairies, this grass plays a starring role in the High Line’s signature naturalistic aesthetic.
Native to North American prairies, this perennial is often used in prairie restoration projects, in part because it provides nectar for many insects.
Fulva is latin for “tawny;” this red and orange iris is a favorite of hummingbirds, which are known to be the plant’s primary pollinators.
Panicum virgatum ‘Shenandoah’
This warm-season grass is native to North America, but the amazing burgundy ‘Shenandoah’ cultivar was actually bred in Germany.
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