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Can you find the snowdrops? The value of city pocket parks

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New York City encourages its residents to sponsor small parks.  This shot of the first blooms signaling spring is from the Sheridan Square Viewing Garden in Greenwich Village.  The land was originally a small parking lot for motorcycles.  Then a group of residents petitioned for the establishment of a garden in that small space.  Once permission was granted, they planted it and maintain it to this day.
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