Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Sky-High Garden

The High Line garden on Manhattan's West Side is an amazing example of the transformative power of gardening. An abandoned railway track, suspending above gritty city streets, was planned and planted to become a heavenly haven for flowers, grasses, birds, butterflies, and wandering admirers. I wrote an article about this sky-high garden in the September 2012 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine, called "Garden in the Sky." Check it out on page 92!

1 comment:

  1. Hey! I read this and looked down on my overcrowded desk to see the Sept. issue of BHG staring me in the face. Hooray! Glad to see your article there. Wonderful stuff.

    I've seen something about this garden before on TV - can't remember what program. Wouldn't it be wonderful if all of the rooftops had gardens like this? I'm sure your article will inspire more city-dwellers to use their spaces for planting.