Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Street Plants

Some of the nicer residential buildings in Manhattan make it part of their purview to beautify not on their building and courtyards, but also the plots around the trees on their block. It makes for a lovely walk during the spring and summer, and for those smart enough to adjust their flora for the cooler weather, fall can be quite pretty as well.

These, I'll call them planters for lack of a better word right now, are on 87th between Amsterdam and Broadway. The Belnord building and their army of maintenance men - all on a coffee break on the back street at 8:10am today - cultivate these plots rather nicely.

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