Lyndale Park Gardens
Another place we visited during the Minneapolis Fling was the Lyndale Park Gardens. This is a Minneapolis public park with multiple gardens that collectively include quite a few diversions for people who love plants.
There are mixed borders full of bulbs, annuals, and perennials.
There’s a trial garden for new plant varieties, a joint project of the University of Minnesota and the Minneapolis Parks.
Color themed borders in yellow.
Not to mention blue.
More Lilies, with a stimulating mix of perennials.
The first of the gardens at Lyndale Park, I believe was a rose garden. It was started in the early 1900s to demonstrate that roses could be grown even in Minnesota.
Apparently they can be.
We enjoyed peeking into this hut of woven stems.
There are also a couple of fountains, also going back to around 1900.
More to come on the Minneapolis Fling.