Friday, June 26, 2015

Edwards Gardens Visit No. 3

Toronto Botanical Gardens

On our last visit to Edwards Gardens a few days ago, we did not have a chance to see the geese or the ducks who call these lovely gardens home; it was a short visit (the wind picked up and dark low clouds rolled in, possibly Cumulonimbus, threatening rain), and we elected to first spend the time near the Garden Café, where we viewed some sights previously unseen, including a water pond with goldfish (Carassius auratus), a collection of very large potted plants, and some new strikingly colourful flower arrangements.

If I spend a lot of time here, and I most assuredly do, the reasons are before you in these few photos. I hope to share more photos as the summer progresses.

Sarah From a Near Distance.

The Goldfish Pond

Large Pots Of Greenery
Pretty in Pink

All Photos: ©Perry J. Greenbaum, 2015

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