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    Celebrating the Crocus
    The sight of a crocus in springtime is a cause for celebration. You'll find these petite plants growing throughout the High Line.
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    Photo by Barry Munger

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    The crocus is an important food source for pollinators, such as this hungry bee.

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    'Miss Vain' crocuses emerge on the 23rd Street Lawn.

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    This plucky purple crocus was among the first we've spotted this season. Here's to many, many more!

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    Crocus grow throughout the High Line, so you're more likely to come across this prolific member of the Iris family in our park this spring than you are a daffodil or snowdrop. Photo by Barry Munger

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    Uncovering crocus blooms is one of the best parts of High Line Spring Cutback.

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    "Welcome, wild harbinger of spring! / To this small nook of earth;" —Bernard Barton, "To a Crocus"

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    High Line Photographer David Wilkinson captures the bright emerging blooms of the woodland crocus, Crocus tomasinianus.

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    We uncovered a new crocus variety on the High Line last March. Stop by the park between West 28th and West 30th Streets to see Crocus chrysanthus 'Ard Schenk,' a snow-white bloom with yellow stamen. Photo by Mike Tschappat

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    Crocus tomasinianus, or woodland crocus, heralds the coming of spring. This delicate purple bloom can be found on the High Line from Gansevoort Street to West 21st Street.

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    Golden Bunch crocus, Crocus ancyrensis ‘Golden Bunch,’ adds cheer to any garden. You'll find them growing on the High Line at West 14th Street.

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    One of the first spring bulbs to bloom on the High Line is Tommasini's crocus (Crocus tommassinianus).

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