The Garden Of The Provinces And Territories lies just west of the Parliamentary precinct, consisting of a series of terraces, water features, and flowerbeds. On a damp day in mid-month I came by. Some tulips can be found among the terraces.
Across the street to the south are a couple of churches. One, St. Peter's Lutheran Church, has a lovely tree always in blossom when I come by to photograph the tulips.
It was a mix of purple and white this year among these tulips.
Down below the terraces are flowerbeds, mostly with varied plants, but a scattering of tulips among them that are likely left in the ground as opposed to dug up as is the case elsewhere. Christ Church Cathedral stands in the background.
A close up of tulips in these beds.
Across the street from the Garden to the north is the main headquarters for Library and Archives Canada. Tulips can be found in planters and flowerbeds here. I'll be starting here tomorrow for the theme day, as I'm featuring Wellington Street and its landmarks.
A short walk west along Wellington takes us to another flowerbed beneath the flags of the country, provinces, and territories. The Canadian War Museum can be seen in the background.