Archive for the ‘What’s In Bloom’ Category
02 May 2013
Wow! It is spring without a doubt. This a wonderful time to take a stroll through the Parks; wake up…
10 Apr 2013
April Fools! You thought the cold weather was finished? While I am ready to get my winter gear out of…
14 Mar 2013
The very first signs of new growth and spring awakening are here. The pussy willows on the Salix bebbiana, Bebb’s…
14 Feb 2013
While people are adjusting to the addition of SNOW in the city and on the Greenway, the plants are on autopilot…
31 Jan 2013
Oh that exfoliating bark! Winter interest continued. Whether it is dry, cold, bright and sunny or gray, muted, frosty and…
28 Jan 2013
The parks may be sleeping for the winter, but our Horticulture staff is busy planning for the vibrant spring that awaits. As part of the overall effort to continue caring for and improving upon the Greenway’s landscapes and plant collections, this Spring the Conservancy’s Horticulture staff will oversee beautification efforts in the North End Parks.
09 Jan 2013
I wish I had been in town for the first snow of the season. How exciting to grab the camera,…
18 Dec 2012
I find great delight in the surprise of a brilliant flash of red, the crisp lines of twigs swollen with next year’s leaf buds, and the soft, antler-like show of Magnolia flower buds.
03 Dec 2012
The look on the Greenway has changed dramatically in the last 4 weeks. The perennials, shrubs and trees are storing…
18 Oct 2012
Late fall blooms and ornamental grasses liven up the Greenway.