|The High Line - Manhattan's linear aerial park, built on the bed of the former freight train line running through the city, and now a hugely popular public space.
|The Empire State Building from the High Line. Oudolfian grasses and perennials are a major feature of the planting.
|In other areas the High Line is planted with woodland plants, but perhaps Magnolia macrophylla was not so wise a choice.
|Ludwigia sedoides, aptly named the mosaic plant, at Wave Hill.
|Lilies at the farmers' market, Columbus Ave.
|and heirloom tomatoes...
|Apartment gardening: Michael Riley and Francisco Correa's green wall of tropical epiphytes.
|Fresh Forsythia at Chelsea Market: how?