However, there was plenty to see around the rest of the garden.
|Cherry tree at the Hill-and-Pond Garden|
|Fortunately, I saw the sign before I strapped on my ice skates.|
|Cuckoo-bud in the Shakespeare Garden|
Botanical nomenclature in Early Modern English is often different from that used today, both in terms and in meanings. And even in those cases where the names of flowers, herbs, shrubs, and other plants are the same as in modern English, there is sometimes a symbolic association no longer present. The following list illustrates these differences ...Source: http://www.shakespeareswords.com/Plants
|Robin in the herb garden|
|It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Super-Skier! No, it's a plane....|
|Where there was once a blanket of snow fallen to the ground, |
now springs up a blanket of crocuses on the gentle slope and around the base of the trees
|A palm grows in Brooklyn|
|Tree House, designed by "master tree house artist and New York resident Roderick Romero," |
as a "symbol of hope and revitalization" after Hurricane Sandy. It uses wood from 14 kinds of trees.
|Medley of spring flowers|