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NYU Garden Shop Plant of the Week: Bleecker Street Plantbeds

April 25, 2013

NYU Garden Shop Plant of the Week: Bleecker Street Plantbeds
April 25, 2013
By George Reis, Landscaping Supervisor

There's a lot going on in the Bleecker Street plantbeds this week!  It's almost too much to list here, so I invite you to enjoy the photos and even better, see the plants "in person" on Bleecker Street between LaGuardia Place and Mercer Street. This week, the chilly weather was no impediment to the flowering of the Kwanzan cherry trees and the tulips underneath. Virginia Bluebells, Daffodils, Epimedium, and Camellias are joining the party to welcome in spring!

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NYU Garden Shop, Sustainability

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NYU Plant of the Week: Bleecker Street Plantbeds

Tulips and cherry trees on Bleecker


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