Where Are The Best Places To See Flowers In Harlem NY

May 21, 2023

Of course, Harlem, NY has some of the most beautiful green spaces and parks that are great places to see flowers.

Here are our picks from our recommendations:

Marcus Garvey Park

Located in the heart of Harlem, this park is home to a beautiful garden that features a variety of flowers, including tulips, daffodils, and irises right between 120th and 124th streets. Between 1867 and 1870, Ignatz Pilat landscaped the square in a naturalistic manner, with curving paths leading uphill to a concourse offering panoramic views. 

Jackie Robinson Park

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This park is located between 145th and 155th Streets in Harlem and is home to a garden that features beautiful flowers, including roses, irises, and lilies.

Morningside Park

Created through a fault in the earth’s crust, known as Muscota by the Lenape Native Americans, on September 16, 1776, the Battle of Harlem Heights took place here, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux designed the park located between 110th and 123rd Streets, Morningside Avenue to the east, and Morningside Drive to the west. and is known for its beautiful cherry blossom trees that bloom in the spring. A cliff made of Manhattan schist runs through the park and separates Morningside Heights, above the cliff to the west, from Harlem. The park includes other rock outcroppings; a man-made ornamental pond and waterfall; three sculptures; several athletic fields; playgrounds; and an arboretum.

Riverside Park

This park runs along the Hudson River from 79th to 158th Streets and is home to several gardens that feature a variety of flowers, including roses, tulips, and daffodils.

The Conservatory Garden

Located in Central Park, the Conservatory Garden at 106th Street is a three-acre formal garden that features a variety of beautiful flowers, including tulips, daffodils, and irises.

These are just a few of the many places to see flowers in Harlem, NY. Be sure to check with each park or garden for the specific times of the year when flowers are in bloom.

Don’t forget to leave your ideas for the best places in the Comments below.

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