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Garden Guide: New York City Revised Edition (W.W. Norton, 2010) is a concise, well-researched pocket-sized guide for anyone wanting to explore the green spaces of New York. Visitors and New Yorkers alike will benefit from the subway and bus directions, history and detailed points of interest for over 100 gardens. Authors Nancy Berner and Susan Lowry have separated this book from other garden guides by not only including well-known public gardens like Central Park, but also focusing on community gardens and eccentric gems from all five boroughs.

design-happens_healing-garden533x280The Healing Garden on Staten Island


Excellent neighborhood maps, glossy color photos and extensive, yet manageable information regarding each garden make this tiny book a must have for anyone visiting or residing in New York City.

design-happens_50cent480x285The Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson Community Garden in Queens

From Midtown’s Samuel Paley Plaza to Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s Community Garden in Queens, the diversity and pride of New York City is seen in its gardens and green spaces. It makes it easy to decide which gardens to visit whether you have an hour or a week.

design-happens_creative-little-garden533x400Manhattan’s Creative Little Garden

design-happens_bronx-rooftop-garden450x338The Bronx County Courthouse’s rooftop garden

design-happens_samuel-paley-plaza533x400Manhatten’s Samuel Paley Plaza

design-happens_chinese-scholars533x400Chinese Scholar’s Garden on Staten Island

6 Responses

  1. brewersoto says:

    Garden is most important place in a city as a clean atmosphere,tourist place etc. Here give snaps help me lot for creating beautiful garden in my city. Here Manhattan’s Mayer create a little garden is also beautiful. Means little garden is also important for your city. I think this book help me lot. Thanks for sharing post.

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  3. A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials.

  4. selectgender says:

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  6. motorvip001 says:

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