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Conservatory Garden is a formal garden in the northeastern corner of Central Park, New York City. Conservatory Garden takes its name from a conservatory that stood on the site from 1898 to 1935. The Garden is composed of three distinct parts, skillfully restored since the 1980s. Below the steps flanked by Cornelian cherry, the central section of the Conservatory Garden is a symmetrical lawn outlined in clipped yew, with a single central fountain jet at the rear. It is flanked by twin allées of crabapples and backed by a curved wisteria pergola against the steep natural slope. Otherwise there is no flower color: instead, on any fine Saturday afternoon in June, it is the scene of photography sessions for colorful wedding parties.

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