Updates


Summer Global Gardens

Our Green Team is back in the Park to bring you an exciting display of summer blooms. Featuring plants native to different continents around the [Read More]

Summer Wildlife in the Park

As a managed green space, Madison Square Park is a vital source of food and shelter for native and migrating fauna throughout the year. This [Read More]

National Public Gardens Week at the Park

National Public Gardens Week is here, and as a member of the American Public Gardens Association and an accredited arboretum, Madison Square Park Conservancy is [Read More]

Global Garden Highlight: Spring Blooms of the Middle East

Our curated spring display this year, Global Gardens, features plants native to five continents: South America, North America, the Middle East, Europe, and South America.  [Read More]

Global Garden Highlight: Spring Blooms of Asia

Our curated spring display this year, Global Gardens, features plants native to five continents: South America, North America, the Middle East, Europe, and South America. [Read More]

Meet the Trees: Redbud

Madison Square Park’s redbud tree puts on a show every spring. Also known as Cercis canadensis, this small to medium-sized tree is native to North [Read More]

Eastern Monarch Migration

In March, the great migration of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) will leave Central Mexico and the Southern United States using a combination of internal sun [Read More]

2020 Global Gardens

Come and tour the world in Madison Square Park. Our summer display, Global Gardens, features plants native to five continents from around the world, and [Read More]

Meet the Trees: Nyssa sylvatica

Nyssa sylvatica, commonly known as tupelo or black gum tree, is one of the most attractive native trees around. During the summer months, the leaves [Read More]

Spring Bulbs in the Park 

    With an early spring bringing warm weather to the Park, you will undoubtedly see a number of our spring-blooming bulbs already flowering. Many [Read More]