The Urban Mulberry Harvest
A great urban harvest is underway for the birds, and those humans who join in the feast.
The Flowering of New York’s Great Old Ones
Tuliptrees are the city’s living elders, growing taller than the other trees, surviving for centuries as other beings live and die in generations around them.
Invasive Trees Enchant with Regal Blooms
Paulownias grew fast and ferociously, a quality that made them prized until their persistent proliferation was revealed.
Trees Green and Eyes Redden
Your inflamed lids are weeping and your nose is running, for pollen is stirring.
The Highly Combustible Christmas Tree Apparition of April
The sunny faces of the first daffodils have peeked through the ground. No one is thinking of Christmas. And then, its ghost appears.
A Frenzy of Cherry Blossoms
Photogenic alleés may attract crowds, but discover trees throughout the city in less-trafficked spots.
Admire the Bones of our Great Trees
Linger before the skeletons of slight zelkovas and mighty oaks. Marvel at the wooden menagerie stretching above our streets and parks.
A Great Fallen Forest Lies In the Street
For our third edition, we survey the sidewalks strewn with evergreen.