All week I've been showing you wonderful views of the beautiful and historic Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Springtime is a wonderful time to visit as the first blooms appear, from cherry trees, magnolia trees, and the assorted flowering bulbs such as daffodils and tulips. Spring comes slowly to the Northeast and we have to be patient waiting it's arrival, but when it does appear New Yorkers rejoice and come out in large numbers to enjoy the gardens.
The tulips were ablaze in color!
They are truly drops from God's colorful paintbrush!
The magnificent old trees in the garden were beginning to awaken and stretch their limbs and shake out their leafy fingers.
Flowers were everywhere, some releasing their delicate perfume scent into the air.
Inside the conservatory the sunshine of Spring spurred on new growth and developing fruits.
The visual poetry of nature was there to be enjoyed and savored.
Yet the garden still held promises of more to come, as we look down upon The Cranford Rose Garden waiting for the month of June to begin blooming.
"Come back," it whipered to me. "I will," I promised. I will!
This post is one of many in Susan's A Southern Daydreamer blog's "Outdoor Wednesday" event. Please visit Susan's blog today to see links to all the blogs participating with their beautiful outdoor photos.