It is the time of year for a flower that excites me.
The colours, shapes, and profusion in gardens is exciting.
The garden is in great shape. Colour everywhere.
Sweetman’s Garden is in bloom again!
There are few flowers out at Sweetman’s Garden right now, but lots of photographs are available.
In another week the place will be blooming!
Tulips in Sweetman’s Garden.
Daisies are so common beside the roads around here that they fade into the background and get forgotten.
This morning it’s time to remember them.
It’s June and flowers are busting out all over.
The Waterfront Heritage Gardens are coming into colour.
Pink blooms on a small bush in Laurier Woods.
The apple blossoms have disappeared from the trees now but when they were out there were many opportunities to take a macro lens and go “Blossom Hunting”.
Here is the result of one successful safari.
The tulips are blooming in The Heritage Gardens on the Waterfront.
Best go see them before it’s over for this year.
…will the pin cherry trees blossom.
We have to get through winter first.
Black Eyed Susans are one of my favourite flowers.
Yesterday these were growing in the parking lot at Northgate Square.
Colour on a grey rainy morning.
Yesterday we had a pleasant visit to a friend’s garden. Couldn’t pass up the opportunity to photograph some flowers and foliage.
Thanks Frankie and Bob for making this beautiful place.