Inside the UN’s exotic garden on the East River — New York Post

I DARE TO ADD:

“It’s important to show how easy it can be to grow food, especially in a big city,” said Zanev.

UN workers like to linger at the garden during lunch breaks.

“People love the opportunity to get out of the office and take a refreshing pause out here,” said Zanev of the patch.

The sanctuary, however, isn’t open to the public. … Read more:

“They’re giving peas a chance. The concrete jungle of the United Nations’ East Side complex now has a real jungle tucked among its towers — and it’s bursting with exotic produce from all over the planet. “We are striving to represent the diversity of the UN by growing as many varieties of food from all…

via Inside the UN’s exotic garden on the East River — New York Post

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