Promenade Gardens in Bloom

The cherry blossoms and forsythia are mostly gone, but tulips, lilacs, bleeding hearts, and wisteria are at their best now. I made a photographic record as I walked along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade from north to south this morning. This photo shows bright red tulips and other blossoms at the Pineapple Street entrance.

IMG_0620_1This display is at the Clark Street entrance.

IMG_0594_1While visible from the Promenade, these wisteria vines aren’t part of the Promenade gardens. Kudos to the owners of the house, located on Columbia Heights between Clark and Pierrepont streets.

IMG_0623_1These flowers are near the Pierrepont street entrance.

IMG_0625_1At the Montague Street entrance.

IMG_0626_1Between Montague and Remsen streets.

IMG_0627_1Near the Remsen Street entrance.

Congratulations to the Promenade Gardeners and to Matthew Morrow.

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  • lauren

    Such gorgeous photos! Thanks Claude!

  • Andrew Porter

    Great photos, Claude! The wisteria in the 3rd photo down is on the back porch of 192 Columbia Heights, which is still for sale for a mere $16 million.