Slowly, Spring Comes Again to Rosetta McClain Gardens

A welcoming forsythia bush cheers up the walk along the path

It’s almost the end of April and we are still waiting for warm weather. However, it’s typical of this month to be cold and wet (with the occasional snow). So while we wait for the sunny days ahead, here’s some photographs of the coming of spring to Rosetta.

New photos added after a morning walk on April 30

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8 Responses to Slowly, Spring Comes Again to Rosetta McClain Gardens

  1. Mrs. Carol L. Wells says:

    Dear Emanuel, I wish I could walk the gardens with you. The photos are quite lovely: it seems that I can smell the fragrance of the blossoms and the wet earth. Thank you for these cheery colours on such a gloomy, grey day. Love the yellow!

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  2. dulcedelgado says:

    Pelo menos a neve já foi! E a cor está a caminho!

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  3. Alex Antunes says:

    O Canadá é um lindo país!
    Como são lindos esses parques! Não entendo como no Brasil não existem parques como no Canadá e em outros países. Se existem, são bem poucos.

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  4. Nuno França says:

    Que explosão de cores!
    Cada vez mais com vontade de visitar o Canadá!

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