Rosetta McClain Gardens in Early June

The best time to walk through Rosetta McClain Gardens is early morning.

June is here and so are June flowers. The tulips of April and May are gone from Rosetta, replaced by mostly purple and red flowers. On yesterday’s walk I didn’t have my camera with me so I used my IPhone to take these photographs.

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7 Responses to Rosetta McClain Gardens in Early June

  1. Ilda says:

    Beautiful photos, Emanuel! Among the June flowers only the peonies aren’t in full bloom. Perhaps the next time you return to the Rosetta Gardens…

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  2. The alium and poppies are gorgeous. So pretty with the dew drops.

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  3. Mrs. Carol L. Wells says:

    I enjoyed each of your June photos Emanuel and have imagined a number of scenarios for some, especially for the poppies. You might find them humorous 🙂
    #1. Socially distanced meeting: How IS everyone?
    #2. Too shy to face you.
    #3. In all my glory.
    #4. No, I am not paying any attention to you no matter how pretty you are!!
    Just a nice way to start my day. Thank you for posting.

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  4. Kathie B says:

    How soothing for you (and for us)!

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  5. dulcedelgado says:

    Com estas fotos a recebê-lo….será certamente um bom mês de Junho!

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  6. Nuno França says:

    Wow!
    Que jardim brutal! Aquelas flores roxas são qualquer coisa de espectacular! Amei!

    Abraço

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  7. A beautiful garden, for sure!

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