Miracle Garden

East 3rd Street
near Avenue B
NY
10009

Miracle Garden

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Dominated by a weeping willow, it marks the demarcation of this part of the East Village/Lower East Side from bedrock into native swamp where weeping willows and other water-thirsty trees flourish in abundance despite the land having been filled-in during the 19th century.

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Miracle Garden's weeping willow, the beginning of Lower East Side marsh and swamp. Photo by Elissa Sampson

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