Portugese parkette


This little "parkette" found off College Street in Toronto is dedicated to the Portugese Pioneers who helped build Canada. It was very nicely manicured with lots of colorful plants and flowers. There was even a (very small) wall of fame! I'll show you more another time, for now you can see more signs at Signs, Signs.

16 comments:

Birdman said...

Very neatly manicured too.

Kate said...

A delightful spot to pause and admire the gardeners handiwork.

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful little garden!

Sue said...

What a beautiful small garden with so much attention to detail!

LOLfromPasa said...

How lovely. I like how you chose to photograph this. Nice angle.

RedPat said...

I've noticed that that has been looking very nice this summer. It is along one of my shortcuts through the city so I see it a lot.

Lowell said...

This reminds me of how beautiful summer can be in the northland. I didn't know Portuguese were involved in building Canada. Very interesting!

Rose ~ from Oz said...

What a heartfelt dedication and a stunning garden!

Jack said...

It is a pretty little parkette. Parkette? I don't know if it is a word, but I am going to start using it.

sometimesthatsallyouget said...

What a lovely garden!

~Lindy

Barbara Farr said...

So pretty and fresh.

Randy said...

Nice little garden.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I really love the concept of a parkette in a city...especially if as lovely and well cared for as this one.

JM said...

Quite surprising! :-) Lovely little garden.

Linda said...

Gorgeous garden!

Lesley said...

It is nice to see a parkette that is actually full of blooms!

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