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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]

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]

What’s in Bloom?

This September, there are a variety of unique flowers blooming at Madison Square Park that you are not likely to find in your neighbor’s garden. [Read More]

Celebrating Pollinator Week

June 16-22 is national pollinator week and we recognize all of the hard work our wild visitors do every day. Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles [Read More]

Hort Talks | Evolution of Plants We Garden & Farm with Michael Purugganan, Ph.D

Join us for a series of free, lively Park walkthroughs led by a diverse group of field experts who will discuss the horticulture of the [Read More]

Shared Street Ribbon Cutting

Earlier this month, the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT), along with the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership, and Madison Square Park Conservancy, unveiled New York [Read More]

Netta Yerushalmy’s Last Day at Prismatic Park

  Join us for Netta Yerushalmy‘s last day of her Danspace Project artist residency at Madison Square Park. The choreographer and dancer used Mad. Sq. Art’s latest exhibition, Josiah [Read More]

Art in the Park: Studio in a School (6/20)

  Join us on Sol LeWitt Lawn for Art in The Park, where children will be able to explore Josiah McElheny’s Prismatic Park installation through dance, [Read More]

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Gardener Steph: Science of Spring

With temperatures still below freezing this week, it’s hard to believe that spring will ever arrive. While the flowers may be sleeping for an extra [Read More]