Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
I love the yellows!
Pretty! There must be acres of tulips there!
Of course, already we know where there are lots of tulips and beautiful.Tomás.
Oh now how did that little guy get in there!
Love to see an 'individualist' amongst the masses :)
I'm with Perth Daily. Hail to the "individualist"!JanisGDP
@Linda: I do too.@Linda: there are many.@Tomas: yes, you do.@Geoff: one wonders.@Grace: so do I.@Janis: it is a pretty individualist.
The beauty of all these blooms is almost overwhelming, esp in person.
What a good eye! Thanks for sharing them. I don't think we will ever get down to them again!!!
Never dreamt there were so many Tulips in Ottawa!
That one little yellow tulip really stands out. Beautiful displays!
I guess once in awhile a different color gets thrown in the red bin by accident. I see the odd sign in your photos and I imagine most of these beds are labeled which I appreciate.
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@Kate: they certainly are popular.@Jennifer: if you should go, go during the week. The weekends are crazy.@Gnome: there are a whole lot of them.@Denise: it does, yes. I've got a couple, at least, of more of those to come.@Red: I do like photographing the signs when possible. In the above, it's easy to tell which of the three are which.@Francisco: thank you!
The beds with the multiple colors look great to me and I do like that lone yellow tulip popping up in with the red ones.
so many colors ... pretty times n ur neck of woods. ( ;
You made my spirits soar, William
Well chosen colour combinations there.
They are so beautiful! Funny to see that one odd tulip.
Wow - beautiful!
i like the odd man out.
Very nice serie of the tulips again. I always admire that kind of lonely tulips as in your second photo.
You have a good eye. I would have probably missed that wee yellow flower amidst all the other fantastic tulips!
@Sharon: they're fun to find.@Beth: alas, the tulips themselves are at an end. Heat tends to do them in, and we've got that now.@Cloudia: thank you!@Marleen: indeed.@Pamela: that happens.@Tex: as do I.@Jan: thanks!@Lowell: they have a way of standing out, I find.
Good eye William catching that lost yellow tulip, it thinks it's red :)
I love the little stand alone yellow tulip :)
Wow! That's a lot if tulips. Does anything go in those gardens after the tulips fade?
Stunning quite stunning
Wonderful, wonderful !!!!!!
The yellow ones always stand out!
@Bill: it must, yes!@Debs: it's quite a pretty one.@Susan: yes, they'll be digging up the bulbs and replacing them with flowers that stay around through the fall, then replanting bulbs in October.@Bill: indeed!@Orvokki: thanks!@Norma: they do, yes.
Those "doubles" are beauties aren't they? I wonder how they preserve all those bulbs for the ext season.
They're stored somewhere, but I have no idea where. The only places that would come to mind would be the government agriculture facilities, either on the Experimental Farm or out in Nepean.