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Garden Zones

The High Line’s renowned plantings are inspired by the natural landscape that grew wild here, before the park was open to the public. You can explore more than a dozen different environs, each adapted to the specific microclimate of sun, shade, water, and wind created by the cityscape around it.

Discover how this seasonal, evolving landscape changes from one block to the next.

The High Line’s renowned plantings are inspired by the natural landscape that grew wild here, before the park was open to the public. You can explore more than a dozen different environs, each adapted to the specific microclimate of sun, shade, water, and wind created by the cityscape around it.

Discover how this seasonal, evolving landscape changes from one block to the next.

Garden Zones

Listed in order, south to north

Donald Pels and Wendy Keys Gansevoort Woodland

The southern end of the park is shaded by gray birch and serviceberry trees.

Washington Grasslands & Woodland Edge

This section is full of grasses, perennials, and woody species that tolerate the shade of the surrounding buildings.

Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck & Water Feature

Wetland gardens flourish near the water feature, a visitor favorite.

Hudson River Overlook

A selection of native plants are silhouetted against the skyline.

Northern Spur Preserve

Crab apples and other plants evoke the wild landscape of the High Line’s past.

10th Ave. Square

A grove of trees frames the High Line’s view of the Statue of Liberty.

Chelsea Grasslands

The epitomized example of Piet Oudolf’s signature “matrix planting” style.

Chelsea Thicket

Original tracks run through a miniature forest of dogwoods and other shrubs and trees.

23rd St. Lawn and Seating Steps

A mix of tall fescue and perennial rye work together in the park’s lawn.

Meadow Walk

Stroll through Korean feather reed grass—and the galleries and warehouses of West Chelsea.

Philip A. and Lisa Maria Falcone Flyover

Rise up to the canopy and come face-to-face with magnolias and sassafras.

Wildflower Field & Radial Planting

Warm season grasses mingle with wildflowers like aster and tall tickseed.

Eastern Rail Yards, Crossroads, & Pershing Square Beams

The lush, textured plantings include fragrant perennials and ornamental grasses.

Interim Walkway

The closest thing to the wilderness that thrived when the tracks were unused.

34th St. Entry Plaza & CSX Transportation Gate

Butterfly milkweed, Eastern cottonwood, and an apple tree reference the wild landscape.