New York: one woman, one garden, twelve seasons.
I think you are one of the few people that look up and notice these things in the city!
Any ideas what those trees or plants might be?
Not without bionic vision! Though the burgundy leaves in #3 might be a Japanese maples (Acer palmatum "Atropurpreum").
Go to 97th Street between Broadway and West End on the south side above the parking garage. There is a little known community garden I negotiated the deal for in the early 80s. It was supposed to be a community accessible garden, you just needed to get a key from the garden committee.
What a horrifyingly ugly, bland monolith.Hard to imagine how actual living people can live in such boring boxes. And, no doubt,horrifyingly high rents, too. Cobble Hill mustlook like Paradise in comparison.Frequent Readerin CO 80231 butborn. & bred in 10033
Not sure what Cobble Hill looks like right now, but probably quite leafy. We have been in Harlem since last October :-)
Gardens are all about hope - those two prove that!