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The Green Ash Tree

Fraxinus pennsylvania, or the green ash, is a medium-sized deciduous tree native to eastern and midwestern North America. This hardy tree is remarkably tolerant of [Read More]

Fall Colors in the Park

Madison Square Park is one of the best places to see the leaves changing to their fall colors. Throughout the year, most tree leaves are [Read More]

Winter Flowers

The winter months is fast approaching which means our collection of camellias at Madison Square Park will begin to bloom. Camellias belong to the genus [Read More]

Preparing for Spring

Did you know that fall is the best time to plant spring bulbs? Our green team will plant over 60,000 bulbs with help from volunteers [Read More]

Eastern Red Bat

Our team spotted an Eastern red bat just in time for Halloween. Scientifically known as the Lasiurus borealis, it is one of our native tree [Read More]

What’s in Bloom

With autumn finally here, there are a variety of fall blooming flowers on display at Madison Square Park. Our horticulturists have chosen five plants currently [Read More]

William H. Seward

MADISON SQUARE PARK CONSERVANCY LAUNCHES $8M CAMPAIGN  TO SUPPORT UPGRADE AND ONGOING VIBRANCY OF  HISTORIC PARK’S NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT  Iconic Monument to William H. Seward [Read More]

Carex Lawn

Madison Square Park has a new green lawn, thanks to our green team who planted 2,230 small Carex plants on Dogwood Lawn with the help [Read More]

Witch Hazel Blooms

As we move out of summer and into autumn, our hydrangea collection fades out while our witch hazel collection starts to bloom. You can find [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Hort Symposium: The Transformative Properties of Horticulture

Friday, November 15, 2019 | 9 AM­ – 1 PM | Free Entry  About the Event Featuring a diverse lineup of speakers, including Naomi A. Sachs, [Read More]