Spring Comes to Rosetta McClain Gardens…Without Words

Sem palavras…

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9 Responses to Spring Comes to Rosetta McClain Gardens…Without Words

  1. P. R. Cunha says:

    Muito bonitas as fotografias, Emanuel!

    Gostei imenso.

    Abraços.

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    • thetorzorean says:

      Olá Paulo,
      Fico muito contente de saber que gostaste de ver as fotos deste pequeno cantinho que faz parte da grande cidade de Toronto. Gosto muito de dar os meus passeios diários neste jardim de maravilha, que fica perto donde moro.
      Um abraço,
      Emanuel

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      • P. R. Cunha says:

        Consigo ver claramente de onde sai tanta sensibilidade em tuas palavras, meu caro Emanuel. O Canadá acalenta o coração de toda a gente com as suas belezas naturais. Compartilha, sempre.

        Abraços,

        P.

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  2. Kathie says:

    Would those large rocks near the tulips be, ahem, Rosetta Stones?

    Love the Fritillaria imperialis! But be forewarned: I ordered a few of the bulbs one year, and as soon as they arrived I set the unopened box in the TV room, because I was on my way outside to do other gardening chores. When I came back in several hours later at dinnertime to watch the news, the room smelled like a skunk convention. Needless to say, I exiled the box to the garage, and opened up the doors to air out the house.

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    • thetorzorean says:

      Hi Kathie,
      Thanks for sharing your amusing story about your exiled box of Fritillaria imperialis.
      I will avoid buying some for my home garden but I do appreciate walking by them at Rosetta.
      Emanuel

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  3. esmeralda cabral says:

    Lovely photos, Emanuel! Flowers are not something I immediately think of when I think of Toronto! Enjoy the last few weeks of spring!

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  4. thetorzorean says:

    Thank you, Esmeralda. Toronto is full of surprises. Next time you come, I’ll show you my Toronto.
    Emanuel

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  5. Steven Castledine says:

    a beautiful visual ode to springtime!

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