Celebrating 42 Years in Riverside Park!
We welcome you to share in the beauty of New York City's 91st Street Community Garden, nestled in the middle level of Riverside Park known as the Serpentine Promenade, between West 90th and 91st Streets, adjacent to the Hippo Playground.
Easily accessed from Riverside Drive or from the Hudson River Greenway.
The gardens bloom from early spring until late autumn with an ever-changing variety of blossoms and color. The flowers and plants are all maintained by our dedicated volunteer gardeners, known as The Garden People.
See what's in bloom throughout the season - click on The Garden Blog.
If you missed this beautiful stretch of the Riverside Park midlevel bike path near The Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Monument, , you may have already caught a glimpse of us in a charming little love story. Our renown reached beyond the neighborhood when the gardens were used as a backdrop in the 1998 film "You've Got Mail."
To support the volunteers who tend the 91st Street Garden, please click here on the highlighted "Take me to PayPal" which opens a new tab offering the convenience of securely using PayPal or a Debit or Credit Card: Take Me to PayPal
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A view of the octagon, a community space planted and managed completely by volunteers.
(Image Copyright © by green200088.)
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