29 Nov '16, 2pm

Miniature forest of 4,000 baby trees pops up in Brooklyn

transforms a 4,500-square-foot section of the eastern lawn at MetroTech Commons into an undulating miniature forest. A 1:100 scale recreation of an actual section of Northwest California’s Redwood National Park , the living installation comprises thousands of Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides ) trees ranging from one to four feet in height. Dawn Redwoods are the shortest of all redwood trees, and adult specimens can grow to be 70- to 100-feet tall.

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