NYC Native Plant Garden houses several "miniature habitats"

The Native Plant Garden at the New York Botanical Garden showcases the seasonal changes of native plants, writes Edward Rothstein. It is home to about 100,000 plants, with about 400 indigenous species from the Northeast. The garden features several "miniature habitats," including woodlands, wetlands, a meadow and glades, Rothstein writes.

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