Madison Square Park is home to a garden of numerous unique plants and flowers. Today, a tour was held to show them off. The ones highlighted were species that bloom only during the summer. A group of plant enthusiasts gathered to let a guide educate them about the park’s exotic garden. I followed the tour for a little while and learned that a fenced-off tree that is on display in the park is three hundred years old.
Take a look at the photos above and video below or head over to MSP yourself if you want to get a better look at this impressive summer garden. Go here to find out when you can take a tour!