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Setting Strong Roots at Madison Square Park

Late summer and fall are some of the best times to plant new perennials in the garden. The cool temperatures and rain help plants to [Read More]

ParkNOberfest 2020

Every year our community gathers to support Madison Square Park at our fall fundraiser, Parktoberfest. It’s an evening for Park friends and neighbors to celebrate our favorite [Read More]

Climate Week at Madison Square Park

September 21- 27 is Climate Week NYC 2020. During this time, the Climate Group, in association with the United Nations and the City of New [Read More]

Hello, from John Ballay at Knot Standard

Hello, I’m John Ballay, CEO and Co-Founder of Knot Standard. Through innovative technology, enhanced personalization, an unparalleled level of customer service, and the hard work [Read More]

Meet the Mad. Sq. Dog: Gustavo

Introducing Gustavo! The friendly dog of Mad. Friend Peter.   Introduce us to Gustavo. Gustavo is a true New Yorker:  friendly, open-minded to all, and [Read More]

Meet the Trees: Tree of Heaven

  Ailanthus altissima, the tree of heaven is a tree with a troubled past. Before its first introduction into the United States in 1784, this [Read More]

2020 Fall 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]

A Conversation with Three Art World Neighbors: Anticipating the Future

Join us for a conversation on Tuesday, September 15 from 11 AM – Noon (ET) with Madison Square Park neighbors Fairfax Dorn, Bil Ehrlich, and Florence Lynch as they discuss the future of the art world and the impact [Read More]

Meet the Trees: Sweet Gum

Every fall, many New Yorkers make a pilgrimage up state to participate in leaf peeping. Autumn leaves are a majestic sight…but not all trees are [Read More]

Global Gardens: North American Gardening
Wildness to Restoration

This week, on our Global Garden tour, we will look at the fascinating history, influences, and diversity of our local plants here in North America. [Read More]