Today is Victoria Day here in Canada. Take a peek over at my writer's blog today for a post about it.
Heading home one evening, I went into Central Park in the Glebe. There's a small planting of tulips at a tree here.
As well as some along the slope- though I sometimes wonder if their placement here is the work of squirrel gardeners.
A few minutes later this set of tulips in a residential garden caught my eye.
A couple of days later I was heading to Dow's Lake via a different route, taking the Canal pathway from Bank Street and heading west. At this location where I started is a pond that's linked to the Canal, and at one end is a bed of tulips.
My path led me onward, past several gardens where the homeowners include tulips among their plantings.