Queens Botanical Garden - Where people, plants, and cultures meet  

About Queens Botanical Garden
Visit the Garden
Gardens & Collections
Programs & Events
Support the Garden
Education & Cultural Research


Home Gardens > Cherry Circle & Four Seasons Border

Printer friendlyPrint-friendly

All America Trial Garden
Annual Garden
Backyard Gardens
Bee Garden
Butterfly Garden
Cherry Circle & Four Seasons Border
Circle Garden
Cleansing Biotope
Compost Demonstration Garden
Constructed Wetland
Floral Border
Fragrance Walk
Green Roof
Groundcover Garden
Herb Garden
Oak Allee
Ornamental Grass Garden
Parking Garden
Perennial Garden
Plants in Community
Rose Garden
Wedding Garden
Wetland & Woodland Garden
Seasonal Highlights
Trees & Shrubs of Interest
Queens Botanical Garden Plant Collections Policy
Plant Highlight
What's in Bloom Video

Cherry Circle & Four Seasons Border

A central component of QBG's landscape design, the Cherry Circle and Four Seasons border are striking gardens in all seasons.

Cherry trees line a curved walkway and erupt in blooms each spring.  Several trees have been adopted in honor or memory of a loved one, making this space even more special.

The Four Seasons Border, designed and installed in 2007, provides color and interest throughout the year -- bright flowers in warm months, giving way to attractive texture, form and bark color in winter. 

Create your own Four Seasons Border at home --


Photos: Amy Chiu, H. David Stein, Shari Romar


Hours & Directions | Press Room | Copyright 2006 Queens Botanical Garden | 43-50 Main Street, Flushing, NY 11355 | 718.886.3800 |
Support to QBG given by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs