Gallery: 6 wonderful places to see spring bloom in NYC

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The weather is getting warmer, the crocuses are peeking through, and the trees are budding -- spring is in the air! As we pack up our woolen coats and heavy sweaters, the flowers and plants around us are shaking off the last of winter's chill. We may be living in the concrete jungle, but spring in New York City is still fragrant, blossoming, and lush with new green life. From the manicured Brooklyn Botanical Gardens to the wild Ramble of Central Park to the High Line's elevated escape, New York is home to dozens of places to take in the first signs of spring. Click through for our favorite six!

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  2. smason505 March 23, 2012 at 6:13 am
    Brooklyn Botanic is nice, but try venturing up to the Bronx Botanical Garden for a much more colorful and interesting trip. Much less crowded than Brooklyn as well
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