Posted by: David Giacalone | September 21, 2020

ending summer at the Rose Garden









Schenectady’s Central Park Rose Garden is overflowing, almost overcrowded, with beauty at full bloom in mid-summer. But, I discovered yesterday (Sunday, September 20, 2020) that a late-summer visit to the Garden has special charms and beauty of its own. Remaining blooms seem more special and the ornamental grasses are better able to shine. This posting has images taken yesterday that I hope justify my enthusiasm.




Click on any of the square “tiles” below for a full, larger version.


Robert Flood “Yuan” sculpture

This slideshow features Rose Garden roses.

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 Hydrangea fans can find a treasure-lode at the Rose Garden pergola.



Finally, you can click on any tile in this mosaic for a larger version of the ponds, boulders and ornamental grasses that add to the beauty and serenity of the Schenectady Rose Garden.

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