Photo Monday – Flowering Trees

We went to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden on Saturday because they said that the cherry trees were starting to bloom. Starting being the operative word. Only a handful of trees were blooming. There were more in the Japanese garden but it’s closed. In fact, quite a bit of the garden in currently closed for updates. They gave us free tickets for a future visit to compensate. The magnolias were in full bloom and gorgeous though!

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I was maybe a bit enthusiastic with the picture taking. E says I’m quite annoying with the way I hold them up. Them being the kids because M doesn’t mind. He’s busy reading every single sign and also holding up the kids… Anyway, I took so many pictures that I’ve had to keep some for next week, namely the daffodils and tulips.

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PS: We ate at the Magnolia Café rather than the Magnolia Canteen. It’s more expensive but good! It’s more restaurant than the canteen. E says the chocolate torte is to die for.

Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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2 comments on “Photo Monday – Flowering Trees
  1. Lelievre Herve says:

    saison magnifique et toutes ces fleurs sont sublimes, j'attends les tulipes…. Merci pour tous ces partages et quelle chance d'avoir d'aussi beaux parcs. Nous n'avons pas à nous plaindre, notre environnement est aussi particulièrement soigné et fleuri. Bonne continuation à vous quatre. Joëlle.WordPress.comenvoyé : 15 avril 2019 à 14:10de : Deux souriceaux <comment-reply@wordpress.com>à : herve_lelievre@orange.frobjet : [New post] Photo Monday – Flowering Trees deuxsouriceaux posted: "We went to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden on Saturday because they said that the cherry trees were starting to bloom. Starting being the operative word. Only a handful of trees were blooming. There were more in the Japanese garden but it's closed. In fact,"

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