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While most admirers of tulips think of tulips as spring plants, most garden enthusiasts like to think of tulips as a fall endeavor. All of [Read More]
Those familiar with Greek mythology may recall the story of Narcissus, a man so beautiful that became mesmerized upon seeing his own reflection in a pool [Read More]
Witch hazels or Hamamelis are a genera of shrubby plants native to North America, China, and Japan. The genus name, Hamamelis, means “together with fruit,” [Read More]
Our garden crew is busy planting our gardens for their transition into fall. While many of our summer plantings will remain, there are some new [Read More]
Urban environments can often be stressful for trees, as they struggle to find the air, light, and water that they require in order to thrive. [Read More]
Our Hydrangea collection will reach full bloom in the coming week. These blue and pink beauties are an American garden classic. While most are small [Read More]
The first day of summer is only a few days past and our summer annual displays is looking lush and full. This summer’s planting includes [Read More]
We are excited to introduce two new trees in Madison Square Park. On 24th St and Madison Avenue, you can now see the beautiful flowers [Read More]
We are excited to unveil a new garden at Madison Square Park. Our gardens around the Shake Shack are new and greener than ever. What [Read More]
Spring is in the air and our tulip display is finally knocking us out of the park. Around the Reflecting Pool on the northern end [Read More]
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