Picking up where we left off yesterday, I came to the series of beds of tulips that are apart from the main path. These ones are the first to show colours in spring.
The main path, with beds of tulips alongside it, can be seen in the background of this shot.
I returned to the main path. On this visit, some of the tulip beds were showing, others had yet to bloom. I can tell you that from a visit made here on Monday, there were some bulbs yet to show, such as the Canada 150 bulb.
Orange tulips are very majestic ...ReplyDelete
Like the House of Oranje otherwise! :))
The beautiful tulips come in so many colours. How I wish I could see these with my own eyes.ReplyDelete
Gosto das tulipas cor de laranja.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
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You are doing tulips. I am doing Autumn leaves. An overload of prettiness on both parts.ReplyDelete
Every sign of spring is just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Most of the tulips in Ottawa seem to have quite soft tones, I like them.ReplyDelete
...and you have a lot of them!ReplyDelete
@Ella: lots of orange.ReplyDelete
@Nancy: I enjoy seeing them.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Joan: yes, that's true.
@Iris: I agree.
@Jan: so do I.
@Tom: a great many.
oh my,,, what a sight to see, wish I was there, thanks for sharing this,ReplyDelete
Tulips are the first spring flower to show such wonderful colors. Daffodils are great, too, but tulips are my favorites. :-)ReplyDelete
The mixtures are my favourite.ReplyDelete
The Canada 150 tulip did not do very well locally. Those that bloomed at all after the first year, have been faded and disappointing.ReplyDelete
It is a strange year for spring blooms - not following the usual schedules at all.ReplyDelete
Nature's beauty captured well ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
So you're telling us the best is yet to come.ReplyDelete
Looks like your tulip festival is way bigger than the one in Haninge.ReplyDelete
@Laurie: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@DJan: I love them.
@Marie: they're good mixes.
@Anvilcloud: they're only now starting to show.
@RedPat: yes, they've been late this year.
@Stefan: it's a big festival.
I would enjoy taking photos of that beautiful display. I enjoyed yours, thanks William.ReplyDelete
There must be lots of people taking tulip photos and enjoying the beauty.ReplyDelete
A profusion of glorious colour :)ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
The orange ones are breath-taking! Tweeted. THe whole world should see these!ReplyDelete
@Denise: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@Bill: there are many.
@Jan: there is no shortage of colours.
@Mari: thank you.
Aren't they just wonderful!ReplyDelete
pink or orange-ish (like a dream-icle, i think they call it?) so pretty. faves. ( ;ReplyDelete
Such a variety of color this week.ReplyDelete
My favorites here were the orange-colored blooms, William.ReplyDelete
I'm always amazed at the variety of colors in tulips.ReplyDelete
Tulips and daffodils are very nice together. I look forward to seeing the Canada 150 tulips in bloom again.ReplyDelete
Oh William - what a divine display! And it warms my heart to see so many people out and about enjoying the tulips!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous 🌷 It's very clever the way they plant them to open at different times, keeps the display fresh to much longer ✨ReplyDelete
Spring has arrived!ReplyDelete
@Revrunner: that they are.ReplyDelete
@Beth: thank you.
@Catalyst: me too.
@Kay: they were back again this year.
@Angie: lots of people enjoy them.
@Grace: it's the best way to do it.