Yesterday began our visit to Parc André Citroën, let's pick up where we left off...
How do you feel about the shaped Magnolias? My big concern is do they bloom? What's the point if you're giving up the blooms?
Looking back across a corner of the great lawn. I didn't know it when I took this photo, but what lies beyond those imposing rectangular "red" hedges is fabulous. We'll get there in a bit.
It was not a holiday and the park was listed as "open"....why people!? WHY??!!
I am disappointed, but I move on.
This blackbird had a lovely song.
These are the "two sets of small gardens: the six "Serial Gardens", each with a distinct landscape and architectural design" mentioned yesterday in the intro.
We walked above them, enjoying the view but not needing to be in them.
The architecture across the street seemed to be designed to match.
This one we walked down to.
Looking out across the great lawn...
And walking into another garden.
Another non-functioning water feature.
Lovely Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica), and with that our visit to Parc André Citroën is over. I still have lots of Paris to share though!
Weather Diary, March 29: Hi 61, Low 37/ Precip 0
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