A New Manhattan Park Teaches Children About Plants – New York Times

Michael Van Valkenburgh, a landscape architect making his mark in New York with ambitious projects like Brooklyn Bridge Park, has created a more modest bit of greenery: the Toyota Children’s Learning Garden, a pocket park at 603 East 11th Street, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Created under the auspices of the New York Restoration Project, the park, which opened Monday, is not the sort of place where children can run around and ostracize one another from their little games in preparation for adult life.

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