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Category: Flowers

2018
 

Where to Find Spring Blooms in Central Park

By Central Park Conservancy|19 April 2018
Each spring, Central Park’s flowers bring bursts of color to New York City. Looking for some o... Read more  

 

Secrets of Shakespeare Garden

By Central Park Conservancy|05 April 2018
Tucked away on the west side of Central Park between 79th and 80th Streets is Shakespeare Garden. Na... Read more  

2017
 

A Native Meadow in Progress, the Dene Slope Opens to the Public

By Central Park Conservancy|21 September 2017
The Dene Slope, a vibrant native meadow that features a trail with rustic seating and stunning views... Read more  

 

Plant ID with the Dichotomous Key

By Institute for Urban Parks|13 February 2017
Successful park management hinges on knowing what plants are in your landscape and what kind of care... Read more  

 

Love in Central Park

By Central Park Conservancy|08 February 2017
Roses are red, violets are blue, Central Park is for lovers… and the romance is far from new!... Read more  

 

PLANT HIGHLIGHT | Winter Jasmine

By Institute for Urban Parks|23 January 2017
New York City saw record warmth in 2015–including several December days with high temperatures... Read more  

2016
 

Establishing a Wildflower Meadow

By Institute for Urban Parks|19 December 2016
The Central Park Conservancy is creating a native wildflower meadow on the Dene Slope, a landscape i... Read more  

 

PLANT HIGHLIGHT | Black-Eyed Susan

By Institute for Urban Parks|05 December 2016
The black-eyed Susan is a common sight in northeastern summer landscapes. Characterized by alternati... Read more  

 

Creating a Wildflower Meadow in the Dene

By Institute for Urban Parks|24 August 2016
How do you establish a meadow of native wildflowers in an urban park that gets over 42 million visit... Read more  

 

Cultivating a Pollinator Garden in an Urban Park

By Institute for Urban Parks|27 July 2016
Over fifty species of butterflies have been seen in Central Park, including black swallowtails and m... Read more  

 

Leafing Out in Central Park

By Institute for Urban Parks|11 April 2016
Now that spring is here, Central Park’s trees are beginning to display their first hints of gr... Read more  

 

Q&A with Regina Alvarez of the Central Park Flora Project

By Institute for Urban Parks|29 March 2016
Beginning its third and final year, the Central Park Flora Project is collecting and documenting all... Read more