I left off with the ducks yesterday; they were near these beds on the west side of the lawn.
In this part of the park, most of the beds border the east side of the park.
There were several varieties side by side, with bulbs named for Canadian cities. These two feature Calgary and Ottawa named bulbs.
This is a good spot to leave off with, the flower beds below this low stone wall in the park. We'll pick up here tomorrow.
I had never seen so many tulips together.ReplyDelete
Aquelas tulipas vermelhas e amarelas são espectaculares.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
I would love to be there to enjoy the beautiful tulips. Imagine seeing tulips all over the places.ReplyDelete
...a mixture or single color, they all are beautiful.ReplyDelete
I love tulips. What a glorious collection you have here.ReplyDelete
The purple and white tulips, against the stone wall, are so charming...ReplyDelete
a sea of tulips ... like how they look like they are just rolling over the hills ... gorgeous!! ( ;ReplyDelete
I tried to count them, I gave up... !ReplyDelete
@Tomas: I so look forward to this each year.ReplyDelete
@Francisco: thank you.
@Nancy: it was a good year for tulips.
@Tom: they are!
@Lauren: it is wonderful to see them each year.
@Janis: they are.
@Karl: it would take too long!
Those red and yellow ones really appeal to me.ReplyDelete
It is amazing to see a mass of color like these shots.ReplyDelete
Beautiful array of colours!ReplyDelete
I like the pink and yellow ones.ReplyDelete
They are all gorgeous...whatever their color!ReplyDelete
oh these are just gorgeous william! i love tulips!ReplyDelete
Tulips and Ottawa, a very beautiful marriage.ReplyDelete
Hello, beautiful tulips. I love seeing the various colors. Lovely shots. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!ReplyDelete
Tulips look so beautiful. Great captures.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic display William. Thanks for sharing these beauties.ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous. Great pictures, William.ReplyDelete
@Sharon: me too.ReplyDelete
@MB: it is!
@Marleen: I do as well.
@Tanya: I do too.
@Bill: quite fitting.
@Eileen: it's such a good time of year, when these are out.
@Klara: thank you!
@Denise: you're welcome.
I've enjoyed this series.ReplyDelete
It's hard to pick a favorite since they are all so pretty!ReplyDelete
I'm thinking since this is Canada, the bulbs are left in the ground over the winter months. Is that true. If not those gardeners had a mass amount of work to accomplish that massing of tulips. They are beautiful. Thanks for posting, William.ReplyDelete
I don't think I have seen white ones before. very pretty.ReplyDelete
I had no idea Ottawa had SO many Tulips!ReplyDelete
There are over 2500 different types of tulips?ReplyDelete
Those Ottawa tulips are especially pretty. And I love the combination of colors in your last shot.ReplyDelete
That is a ton 'o tulips...ReplyDelete
I am so enjoying these tulip posts ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Red: I enjoy showing it each year.ReplyDelete
@Lois: that they are.
@Mari: no, they're removed until fall, and summer plants are put in their place.
@Janey: that they are.
@Furry Gnome: we have a lot.
@Norma: thousands of types.ReplyDelete
@Kay: thank you.
@Pat: a whole lot.
@Jan: I enjoy showing them off.