Beautiful Flowers to Look for in Central Park

by / Sunday, 12 April 2009 / Published in New York City

Here are some of the flowers that you can find in New York City’s famous Central Park — the photos can help you identify them when you see them.


photo of crocus flowers
Photo of crocus flowers © ~My aim is true~

Look for crocus flowers in early spring.

Trumpet Vine

Trumpet vine flowers
Photo of trumpet vine flowers © dawnzy58

Look for trumpet vine flowers in Shakespeare Garden, Central Park.


Photo of daffodils © John-Morgan

Daffodils are easy to spot and identify. Look for their distinctive shape.

Morning Glory

Photo of morning glory flowers
Photo of morning glory flowers © Tostie14

Morning glories typically grow as climbing vines. You can see morning glory flowers in the summer on the Lilac Walk.

Day Lily

Day lily
Photo of day lily flower © audreyjm529

The yellow flower in the photo above is a day lily.


Photo of wisteria © byrdiegyrl

Look for beautiful hanging wisteria flowers in the Wisteria Pergola.

Queen Anne’s Lace

Queen Anne's Lace flower photo
Photo of Queen Anne’s lace flower © Alvesgaspar

Also known as wild carrot this flower can be found in Shakespeare Garden.

Purple Coneflower

purple coneflower (echinacea)
Photo of purple coneflowers © normanack

Purple coneflower is also known as echinacea.

Read more about the flowers of Central Park.

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    2 Responses to “Beautiful Flowers to Look for in Central Park”

    1. renee says :

      those are some cool picture of flowers

    2. anna rose adion says :

      its okey, it is a beautiful fowers

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