Native Flora Garden (15)
A 2.5 acre garden divided into different habitats and featuring native plants growing within a 100-mile radius of New York City. The center of the garden features a kettle pond, left behind by a partially buried glacial ice mass that once lived here during the last ice age. Kinda like a walk through the wild area of a city park...with labels. I always wondered what wild oats are, although I'm not sure why sowing them is such a bad thing.
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