The Secret Garden Water Lily Pool - Conservatory Garden -Central Park - New York City

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    The Secret Garden. Central Park.

    Spanning 6 acres, this section of the park is called the Conservatory Garden, named for a conservatory that stood on the site in the early 1900s. The garden opened to the public in 1937 and is comprised of three distinct parts. It fell into disarray in the 1970s but was restored completely in the late 1980s bringing estate garden style into Central Park.

    This particular photo is of what is referred to as the Secret Garden Water Lily Pool which is dedicated to the memory of Frances Hodgson Burnett containing a sculpture by Bessie Potter Vonnoh. The water lilies in the pond bloom from June to October and it’s a popular spot for romantic photography shoots. In fact, the Conservatory Garden tends to be crowded with wedding parties and photographers on weekends and during prime times in the summer.

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    1. SADHUTHEFOOL 25 months ago | reply

      Wors are not sufficent in any language.Simply superup-Sadhu-India.

    2. Joe Shlabotnik 25 months ago | reply

      Everything in the city fell into disarray in the 1970s!

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