Monday, May 16, 2016

On The Path

More from Commissioners Park today, with the end of my first stroll through here. I will be back here again with more tulips, but we're going to other locations first.

27 comments:

  1. I love the variety of colours!

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  2. Must be like walking in a dream

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  3. I don't think I've seen light lavender tulips before. Very pretty!

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  4. Nice to see there are some common grape hyacinths blooming between the tulips.

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  5. @Linda: thanks!

    @Cloudia: it is.

    @Linda: they are.

    @Jan: they do look pretty among the tulips.

    @Deb: thanks!

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  6. What a beautiful place to walk and enjoy the colourful flowers.

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  7. always a fan of any kind of awesome gorgeous blooms! grape hyacinth. have a great week!! enjoy all times! ( ;

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  8. I like the pinks. We have pink wildflowers covering our fields at the moments. Very pretty!

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  9. You just won me over with the purples and lilacs William, sooo pretty!

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  10. I like the last triangle shape of the tulip beds in the last photo.

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  11. what do they do with the bulbs in the summer?

    Janis
    GDP

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  12. The the color of the tulips in the first and second shots. So pale and pretty.

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  13. @Nancy: it is!

    @Beth: the grape hyacinths are such a pretty addition to the flower beds.

    @Lowell: flowers are a great way to see in the spring.

    @Grace: thank you!

    @Red: I do as well.

    @Janis: these are removed after the festival, and the flower beds are given over to other flowers that last through the summer.

    @Sharon: thanks!

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  14. A sea of Tulips----what's not to love.
    MB

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  15. A bit unusual colours for tulips today :)

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  16. I like just these colors in tulip. These are beautiful photos.

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  17. Beautiful soft colours, William!

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  18. @Linda: I've long since lost track of how many times I've walked through that park.

    @MB: indeed!

    @Karl: and more unusual of that to come.

    @Orvokki: thank you!

    @RedPat: indeed.

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  19. I thought the blue flowers were hyacinths. I raised them in Washington.

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  20. Oh, they're coming along so nicely! I do love your tulips!

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  21. I had no idea tulips came in so many different colors!

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  22. @Mari: they were marked as grape hyacinths.

    @Tammie: thanks!

    @Kay: I do

    @Norma: there are a lot of colours.

    @Cheryl: they certainly are!

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  23. I usually think of tulips as having strong, bright colours, but these softer tones are most appealing.

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