Community gardens decorate New York City's urban landscape

Each year, millions in New York City are drawn to Central Park's manicured lawns or to the High Line's creative design, but it's the smaller, lesser-known community-run gardens that may show the city's true personality. There are more community gardens in the Big Apple than anywhere else in the country, and as Christina Ruffini found out, they're as diverse as the people who run them.

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