Friday, June 19, 2020

Gardens

Of course tulips are found throughout the national capital area during the festival, not just in the large parks but in personal gardens and other spots. 


At Lansdowne Park in the Glebe, tulips line a series of bushes on the north and south sides of the Aberdeen Pavilion. I'll show you more from here down the line, taken a few days after this one.


The same applies to the War Memorial, where a few days after taking this shot, I took more around the cenotaph. 


Here we had tulips outside another residence.


This garden featured some of the Canada 150 tulips that came out some years ago.


And this was outside a spa in Little Italy.

13 comments:

  1. The one with the stairs is really, really beautiful.

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  2. Hello
    I love all the colorful tulips, they statue is pretty. Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend!

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  3. ...thanks for more view of the tulip capital.

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  4. Love the white tulips with purple accents.

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  5. Who doesn’t love a few tulips by the house?

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  6. I heard that the Canada 150s didn't come back very well in the years after.

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  7. The tulips look great wherever you see them. Nice photos, William.

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  8. The joy of seeing your own tulip cannot be explained. Tweeted.

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  9. @Iris: I agree.

    @Agnieszka: thanks!

    @Eileen: thank you.

    @Tom: you're welcome.

    @DJan: I do too.

    @Marie: I like them.

    @RedPat: these turned out good.

    @Bill: thank you!

    @Mari: thank you.

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  10. So lovely to see your tulips after all of ours are gone!

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  11. Tulips are a beautiful addition to any garden, mine included 🌷🌷

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  12. Gorgeous tulips in so many places ~ Wow ~ Neat photos too.

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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