New York City is full of off-the-map gardens and parks waiting for you to discover them. One great example is the 6BC Botanical Garden in East Village, which is four decades old and includes a diverse range of plant life, a fish pond, and a path. The Church of St. Luke In the Fields has a delightful walled-off garden full of trees, foliage and wildflowers. Countless bird and insect species find a sanctuary there. The Tudor City Greens and Bruce’s Garden are also worth checking out.
- There is a beautiful 40 year old botanical garden in East Village for you to soak up nature
- If you’re willing to put a bit of work in, the Tudor City Greens is a wonderful and secluded nature stop
- Most of these locations offer a diverse and unique compilation of trees and shrubbery to enjoy
“Avoid the crowds and enjoy some flora and fauna in unexpected places at these 13 hidden gems.”