Descriptive Essay About The Garden

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The city’s gardens are an immense oasis with a variety of flowers, trees, and bushes. In the spring and summer, the sun often shines warmly on the garden’s visitors. The guests wander down miles of wide cobblestone paths that lead between the brightly colored plants. The garden has a few very popular and beautiful sections. The individual gardens considered the most spectacular are the tulips courtyard, the rose garden, and the exotic plants hothouse. A visitor is encouraged to plan on spending several hours in the gardens, so that they are able to spend time in all of the most popular smaller gardens. The tulips courtyard is near a quarter-mile’s walk from the main entrance to the garden. The widest path leads to a fountain in the center of the courtyard. This gray stone fountain has a wide round base and a ten-foot tall peak at the apex of the fountain. The water runs sparklingly clear throughout the entire growing season. The tulips wither and die in the fall, to be reborn in the spring. Among the varied-color tulips are benches that have been set a few feet back to provide a resting place for the passerby. The flowers are pictured against a backdrop of a retaining wall in front of shading trees. Between spaces in the retaining wall numerous smaller earth paths lead into…show more content…
It is especially popular for couples or solitary visitors. There are several semi-secluded seating areas that are quite popular for pictures. This part of the garden is filled with several species of roses. There is one particularly well-known rose bush that is over one hundred years old. It still blooms with yellow heirloom roses as vigorously as a new plant. The sound of a nearby creek can be heard most days, and it is for this reason the rose garden is considered the most peaceful part of the gardens as a whole. This is the oldest section of the garden, and the other popular areas were designed to complement the rose

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