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City green : public gardens of New York
City green : public gardens of New York
Garmey, Jane2018
Gardens are an integral part of any cityscape, and New York City boasts a wealth of outdoor spaces that enhance the urban environment and provide visual pleasure to residents and visitors. City Green celebrates the richness and diversity of New York's public gardens. While the New York Botanical Garden, the High Line, and Central Park are familiar names and places, other venues, such as Roosevelt Park, the Inwood Heather Garden, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and the Chinese Scholar's Garden, remain relatively under-visited and under-appreciated. In addition to parks and three botanical gardens, public horticulture in New York encompasses community- and conservancy-sponsored gardens, vest pocket parks, museum gardens, and even indoor atria. 'City Green: Public Gardens of New York' focuses on the vitality, variety, and beauty of the city's garden landscapes in a time when the appreciation for how gardens enhance the quality of urban life is on the rise.
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City green : public gardens of New York / Jane Garmey ; photographs by Mick Hales.
New York : The Monacelli Press, 2018
223 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
Green-Wood, Brooklyn -- Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park -- Native Plant Garden, New York Botanical Garden -- Conservatory Garden, Central Park -- Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, Museum of Modern Art -- New York Chinese Scholar's Garden, Staten Island -- Paley Park, Manhattan -- Heather Garden, Fort Tryon Park -- World Trade Center Memorial Garden -- Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, New York Botanical Garden -- Carl Schurz Park, Manhattan -- Brooklyn Bridge Park -- Willis Avenue Community Garden, the Bronx -- Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden, New York Botanical Garden -- The Cloisters, Fort Tryon Park -- High Line, Manhattan -- Noguchi Museum Garden, Long Island City -- Shakespeare Garden, Central Park -- Brooklyn Botanic Garden -- Madison Square Park, Manhattan -- Brooklyn Grange, Brooklyn Navy Yard -- Wave Hill, the Bronx -- West Side Community Garden, Manhattan -- The Battery -- New York's smallest public garden, Manhattan -- Gardens to visit.
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Sandringham LibraryHouse and Garden712 GARAvailable