It was a perfect climate and conditions for bulb planting. That rain last nite softened the ground, thank you! Thank you to the community members that came out to help welcome spring in with this fall planting. Can't wait to see our results. Here's a few images.
The above may look like we are praying to the young trees health, but in fact we thought that some spring flowers around the memorial trees would be nice.
Wonderful helping hands - adults and kids, so cute!
Here's some images from Friday nite's first annual TBP pumpkin parade! It was an amazing turnout - ya let's do it again next year with even more! To see some images check out the gallery. Note: unfortunately some punks did some major damage in the middle of the night. Not nice at all. The image of the carnage is in the gallery, it just doesn't seem right to put here. But, let it not deter, let's come out in force next Halloween.
Ever found yourself staring at one of Trinity Bellwoods Park's beautiful trees and wondering just what kind of tree it is?
If so here's great news -- check the tabs labeled "Tree Tours" under GREENSPACE above and try one of the self-guided tree tours there. Between them they have bundles of information about the trees and how to identify them and where to find them in the park.
We've just posted a downloadable pdf map of one done by Canadian Tree Tours in cooperation with Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park which also boasts a fantastic on-line database of information and photos.
Sweet smelling blooms of a Black Locust in the park's bowl in June