Sunday, April 06, 2008

Brookspring: Scenes from a Beautiful Day

Fifth Avenue Brooklyn

We were out and about yesterday on a glorious Spring day in Park Slope and at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, while our Correspondent Anna Lewis was at the Opening Day festivities in Propsect Park. We can report that Fifth Avenue is starting to bloom (above) and that the magnolias at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and a few early blooming cherry trees are looking spectacular. Meanwhile, Anna reports that "Opening Day at Prospect Park on Saturday brought the annual Little League Baseball Parade, plenty of unexpected sunshine and dozens of volunteers from around the city to help spruce up the park for its busy spring season." GL loves spring.

Prospecrt Park Opening Day
[Photo courtesy of Anna Lewis]
New York Cares volunteers remove leaves and debris from around the historic Tennis House.

BBG Wedding

A Botanical Garden wedding amidst the magnolias.

BBG 08 Cherry Blossoms

Early bloomers at the BBG.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Xris (Flatbush Gardener) said...

We must have just missed each other. I was there most of the day on Saturday. BBG is approaching its Spring peak.

The Magnolias will start to fade soon, but the Cherries and bulbs will pick up the slack.

11:46 PM  

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