Here we have more of the tulips along the east side of the property at the Canadian Museum of History.
I moved around to the bushes lining the flower beds here, where tulips are growing here and there amid the green. Clearly the work of squirrel gardeners.
Some more shots of the main beds, which remind me of the flow of a river.
I proceeded west from here to the area between the curatorial and exhibition wings of the museum. More flower beds are here. This is the main entrance of the exhibition wing. Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal designed the building with strong influences of his Indigenous roots. My American readers may have visited the national Museum of the American Indian. That is also his work.