Riverside-Inwood Neighborhood Garden (RING)
Washington Heights / Inwood
Also known as the Lt. William Tighe Triangle, the RING garden has won awards from Columbia Presbyterian, six Mollie Parnis Dress Up Your Neighborhood Contests, and a National Gardening Association award. The much-celebrated design is inspired by European ornamental gardens, and planted with hundreds of varieties of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, groundcovers, and bulbs.
The RING Garden is open to the public on Saturday mornings, several weekday evenings throughout the summer, and varying times for special events and seasonal public usage.
visitingRiverside-Inwood Neighborhood Garden (RING)
confluence of Riverside Drive, Broadway, Dyckman Street (200th) and Seaman Avenue
New York, NY
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