The Public Garden of Boston was created in 1837 as the first public botanical garden in the United States, and its 24 acres are home to countless varieties of trees, shrubs and flowers.
On this particular day, it was cloudy, grey and raining. And yet color was in abundance everywhere.
These variegated tulips were particularly striking. I’m told that variegated tulips represent beautiful eyes.
The Swan Boats date back to 1870, when Robert Paget launched the first. His family still operates the boats today, and visitors can enjoy a leisurely float around the pond.
Even when the skies are flat, nature still glows.
There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world that is not intended to make us rejoice. John Calvin