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Sensory Garden

Our horticulturalists and garden volunteers have been busy planting over 2000 plants in our summer seasonal garden display for you to enjoy. Experience a treat [Read More]

Fallen Soldier’s Flag Garden

Madison Square Park Conservancy and Credit Suisse present Fallen Soldier’s Flag Garden, a Memorial Day installation to honor the more than 100,000 fallen soldiers from [Read More]

Witch Hazel Collection Completed

Madison Square Park Conservancy is excited to announce that it has completed its witch hazel collection in early 2019. Park visitors can now view 70 [Read More]

MSPC Volunteer Appreciation

Madison Square Park Conservancy is indebted to our volunteers for their invaluable contributions to the Park. Every year, volunteers have proven instrumental to the success of [Read More]

Victorian Symbolism In Our Perennial Collections

Across cultures, time, and space, flowers have served as symbols used by people wishing to convey subtle or covert messages. Nowadays, we tend to perceive flower [Read More]

Please Don’t Feed The Squirrels

As you may know, the squirrels at Madison Square Park are eccentric critters who provide a world of entertainment and whimsy to all who visit [Read More]

Meet the Trees: Crabapple

The crabapple is a small tree in the rose family of the Malus, or apple, genus. It originated from the mountains of Kazakhstan, and other [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Art Announces New Martin Friedman Curator

NY Observer raises a Shake Shack Shake to Mad. Sq. Art’s inaugural Martin Friedman Curator, Adam Glick! Adam D. Glick Image courtesy of Taylor Wallick [Read More]

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Kota Ezawa: City of Nature

Video stills courtesy of the artist Kota Ezawa is a German-born, San Fransisco-based video artist and illustrator who creates simple, graphic illustrations over film footage [Read More]

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