Boston's public gardens have different scenery in four seasons, but they all have their own unique beauty. Flowers are blooming in spring, summer and autumn, lawns are green, trees are flourishing, tourists take a duck boat to enjoy the beautiful scenery in Swan Lake, the gardens in winter are dyed with trees, there are thin ice in Swan Lake, squirrels are looking for food everywhere. If you want to eat on the bench, you should be careful, countless squirrels rush through immediately. Come and grab your things.
It's no exaggeration to say that Boston is a garden city. The public garden is adjacent to Boston Park. It's shaded with trees and flowers. There's a small lake in the center of the garden. You can swim on the lake in an old-fashioned Swan boat and enjoy your own quiet moments.
Today, I came to the public garden in the strong wind and cold. I was once again surprised that there were no duck boats in Swan Lake, but the ducks who were not afraid of the cold were still free to swim in the clear Swan Lake. Although many tall trees had only light branches, there were still many branches and leaves, and they were colorful. The thick leaves on the ground are Ginkgo biloba leaves, Metasequoia, Chinese sycamore leaves and so on. Many squirrels run freely on the ground. The red, yellow and apricot forests on the ground are very beautiful. Especially in the reflecting water of trees and leaves near Swan Lake, they are beautiful. The hands were red, swollen and trembling with cold, but they kept pressing the shutter perseveringly, leaving behind the beautiful scenery memory.
Boston Public Garden is a large park in central Boston, adjacent to Boston Park. It was founded in 1837. It was the first public botanical garden in the United States that Charitable Horace Gray requested to establish on this land. In 1987, it was declared a national historical landmark of the United States. There are famous Swan Lake in the park. There are many swans playing in the water in the lake. There are also many tourists traveling in the Swan Lake by duck boat.
Boston Public Garden is located in the heart of Boston. It has beautiful scenery. Flowers are in full bloom in spring, summer and autumn. The lawn is green. In winter, the woods are still in full bloom. The color of autumn is still there. If you want to sit and eat in the chair of the public garden, you should be careful. In a moment, countless squirrels will climb up to your body and grab your food! The cowardice screamed...
Boston Public Garden is a large park in downtown Boston, adjacent to Boston Park. Boston Public Garden was established in 1837. Charitable Horace Gray asked for the first public botanical garden in the United States. In 1987, it was declared a national historical landmark.
Boston Public Garden is a large park in central Boston, adjacent to Boston Park. It was founded in 1837. It was the first public botanical garden in the United States that Charitable Horace Gray requested to establish on this land. In 1987, it was declared a national historical landmark of the United States.
The Boston Public Garden in winter is full of trees. The Metasequoia trees in the garden are tall and tall. In winter, the leaves fall all over the ground. They are golden, orange, orange and shiny. The reflection is beautiful in Swan Lake. It's a pleasant journey in the garden.
Summer public gardens are full of blue sky, white clouds, pleasant climate, flowers blooming, green grasslands are all around the garden, the lawn is full of all kinds of blooming flowers, fragrance overflowing, beautiful, there are many tall green trees, lush branches and leaves, sunshine through the branches and stars scattered on the ground, beautiful wheels. In the beautiful Swan Lake, there are many swans playing in the water. Tourists take duck boats to visit the Swan Lake and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The first public botanical garden in the United States has become the "lung" of Boston, a good place for citizens and tourists to relax and entertain.