Gallery: 6 Beautiful Places to See Spring Bloom in NYC

Nestled in Brooklyn's most distinguishing neighborhood, the Fort Greene Park serves as a community hub for cultural diversity and public programming. One of the first parks built in Brooklyn, it originally housed forts during the Revolutionary War until its redesign in the 1860s by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux who also designed Central Park and Prospect Park. Boasting over 30 acres of grassy fields and over 39 varieties of trees, visitors marching along the park's tree trail bear witness to the bursting hues of red, white and pink flowers that cover the Crabapple tree or the abundance of white flowers covering the Calary Pear tree.

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  1. VIADUCTgreene March 21, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    and the High Line. where your title page pic was taken, with Viburnum x bodnantense!