This was the first year that the Gardens at Waters East grew red tulips. Tulips here can be a problem because of all the deer that roam around the area – those deer love tulips! You will notice that an “artistic” barrier was design to help protect the tulips and it worked! The barrier is in the same style as the entry gate for the Asian Patio Garden which is to the right of the tulips.
Here is a photo series of those tulips from the point of emerging from the soil to the final day of blooming. As of today, they are now cut back leaving only the leaves to regenerate the bulbs for next year.
Enjoy the RED
April 20, 2016
May 10, 2016
May 14, 2016
a foggy day
May 18, 2016
on a rainy day see through the window
May 24, 2016
solar lit at night
the final day
May 31, 2016
on last look - at their peek
sunrise to welcome a new day
more plants will be blooming soon
NOTE: All photos use in this posting were taken on the property of Gardens at Waters East.
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The tulips at night.....a most interesting photo.ReplyDelete