Monday, August 31, 2009

If the Previous Posts haven't convinced you about Como Park . . .

. . . look at these, and maybe you'll be convinced.








Late summer is when the Northern Plains really come into their own.

12 comments:

Nicki, said...

Beautiful - just beautiful. I love how gardens are landscaped such that each grouping of flowers complements the next without over taking each other.

pat said...

Just gorgeous!! I love the different planting groups and the way the colors play off each other. Como used to have the most WONDERFUL spring show in March (?) (When you are so sick of winter you want to scream)where the conservatory is filled with all types of blooming spring bulbs. As you walk in, the first thing you smell are the hyacinths. Ahhhhhh.......it would be worth the drive, Angela, just to give you a break from the winter wearies.

tracie said...

Gorgeous! I love all of the color!

Marcy said...

That coleus is really nice! I don't think they look that nice here in Texas in our heat. Enjoy the last of the summer!

Mandy said...

These are simply STUNNING. I cannot get over the beautiful and rich colors in each and every one.

Jason said...

U are making me want to go down there right now. I hope we can get down there before we get a good frost! Very nice.

Reds said...

Convinced for sure - Wow!

Jess said...

Um... can I LIVE there? LOL! What a gorgeous place!

Gypsy Girl(Brenda) said...

You have been busy. I love all the colors and the different groups of flowers and plants you captured.

Suzy said...

Gorgeous! I'm convinced!

Beth said...

Such a beautiful place! We have a lot of dead dry grass here:)

Sharon said...

Gorgeous captures! I wonder what that cool red flower is?