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Check out today's weather! Will you be joining us in the park?

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The corms & flower petals of the golden bunch crocus can be harvested for food.

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Plant of the Week: Golden Bunch crocus | The High Line Blog

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#FlashbackFriday: It’s hard to believe the High Line was covered in snow just over a week ago.

Photo by Steven Severinghaus
Hear the story behind our park in the sky on a special winter walking tour!

Join us for a free tour at noon on Saturday to get an insider's perspective on the park's history, design, and landscape.

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Free High Line Tour | Saturday at Noon

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In our latest #GardeningInTheSky post, discover how the High Line's landscape fulfills a human need for biodiversity. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Gardening in the Sky: What Makes Good Habitat for Humans? | The High Line Blog

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Did you know the common snowdrop contains an alkaloid used to treat symptoms of Alzheimer's disease?

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Plant of the Week: Common snowdrop | The High Line Blog

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Happy #ValentinesDay!
Visit us at Corey Johnson's Community Resource Fair on February 15 and learn about employment & volunteer opportunities with Friends of The High Line—see you there!

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Community Resource Fair - February 15

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Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Jelena’ provides a blast of orange color to the High Line in winter months.

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Plant of the Week: Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Jelena’ | The High Line Blog

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Special thanks to our operations team for their ongoing hard work!

#HighLineSnow
A breathtaking aerial view of The High Line at West 23rd Street

Photo by David Goodman Photos

#HighLineSnow #SnowStorm
The Northern Spur Preserve looks gorgeous covered in white today!

See what it looks like throughout the year: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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There's still time to be a Valentine's hero...

Give a gift that shows how much you’ve thought about your valentine. Adopt a High Line plant by 11:59 PM tonight and your valentine will receive their very own adoption kit—including a free gift and postcard set.

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Adopt a Plant for Your Valentine by 11:59 PM for Delivery by 2/14

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Simon and Angie, who are High Line members from the UK, created a home-cut High Line "H" stencil to decorate their cappuccinos. How creative!
The flower heads of Parker’s Variety fern-leaf yarrows make excellent landing pads for pollinators.

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Plant of the Week: Parker’s Variety fern-leaf yarrow | The High Line Blog

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We love looking at the High Line from above. Thanks to Timothy Schenck for the great aerial shot!
If the High Line ran vertically, it would easily be the tallest building in the world.

Here's a new way to look at the High Line: by the numbers. [ Bit.ly Link ]

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High Line Magazine: A Skyscraper On Its Side

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Today's light dusting of snow on The High Line

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#HighLineSnow

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How would you design an irrigation system to take care of the thousands of plants on The High Line?

Several Friends of the High Line staffers worked with students from Grover Cleveland High School‘s Academy of Information Technology in Queens to help them answer that question.

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Ridgewood students working on ways to water plants along Manhattan’s High Line Park

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