Continuing where I left off yesterday, there were more colours amid the tulips as I approached the south end of the park. Companion flowers like muscari could be found too.
The house in the background is found at this end of the park. Tulips were coming along in the beds here.
On the west side of the path here are some flower beds that are always the first to show tulips each spring.
Another floral resident of the park this time of year grows in the grasses: daffodils. We'll be back in this park as the series continues, but tomorrow we are elsewhere.
THIS is the life!ReplyDelete
The tulips are a beautiful sight! Happy Sunday, wishing you a great new week!
A great burst of colour to start my Sunday mirning.ReplyDelete
...the owners of the house have a wonderful view out of their windows.ReplyDelete
What a perfect view that home has. The tulips are gorgeous, however the last photo of the daffodils is my favorite.ReplyDelete
@Iris: it is.ReplyDelete
@David: quite so.
@Tom: yes they do.
@Gemel: thank you.
Colour that brightens our day...ReplyDelete
Lovely gardens...I imagine many hours of planting tulips. But the daffodils just stay in the ground year after year...I think.ReplyDelete
Time marches on. I think I have two left in the garden.ReplyDelete
Love those two tone blooms.ReplyDelete
A garden for all to enjoy.ReplyDelete
Love all the different color tulips!!ReplyDelete
Boa tarde, que lindos campos de túlipas!ReplyDelete
Um abracinho, de Portugal!
A beautiful time of year in Ottawa!ReplyDelete
After looking at the photos in this post and previous ones, William, I am really glad not to be living in Ontario, and unfortunately am not able to even visit. It's not that I wouldn't enjoy doing so, but would have floral overload on my digital camera and cell phone taking so many images. Such beautiful colors everywhere...what a spring treat for the eyes!ReplyDelete
The orange ones are really beautiful.ReplyDelete
@Magiceye: it is.
@Barbara: they do, yes.
@Anvilcloud: I passed some yesterday that were finished.
@Marie: so do I.
Bill: and a lot of it.ReplyDelete
@Happyone: I do too.
@Megy: thank you.
@RedPat: it is!
@Beatrice: I've taken hundreds of shots this year.
@Marleen: they are.
The orange tulips are wonderful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful tulips. Such a wonderful display!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your lovely photographs William, beautiful to see.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
I like the odd-shaped beds.ReplyDelete
I always enjoy your tulip posts!ReplyDelete
fresh gorgeous blooms. what a great time. so pretty. so many awesome varieties. ( ;ReplyDelete
So many colours, and they look great in the mass plantings tooReplyDelete
@Jan: they are indeed.ReplyDelete
@DJan: thank you.
@Jan: you're welcome.
@Linda: I do too.
@Jeanie: I like presenting them.ReplyDelete
@Beth: thank you.
@Orvokki: that they are.
@Amy: I agree!