According to the organizer:
Early summer brings the Big Green to city parks. Trees are in luxuriant leaf, ground elder is in bloom, cup plants are climbing skywards and mugwort is taking over the world.
Early June is elderflower time – we’ll talk about how to make elderflower cordial and bubbly. It is easy to grow at home, too.
June is also the harbinger of tilia (linden) blossom – where for ten to fourteen days in the year New York actually smells fantastic.
We walk, talk, scratch and sniff (plants, not each other) and gather at the end for a picnic of wild flavors.
A confirmation email with more details will be sent to signed up walkers in the week before the walk.