Explore Our Curated Plant Collection
Madison Square Park’s plant collection is composed of a variety of plants chosen for their aesthetic value, historical significance, or contributions to the park’s ecosystem.
The collection is part of our world-class public garden first installed by public garden designer, Lynden Miller in 2010. Free to the public, the garden can be seen in display beds surrounding monuments and amenities throughout the park.
The garden features five perennial collections, which blossom at different times throughout the year. With daffodils and redbuds in the spring, hydrangeas in the summer, camellias in the fall, and witch hazels in the winter, there’s something to enjoy in every season.