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Thursday, July 10, 2014
A Public Garden---Part 1
Welcome to this secret garden
within the city. When I say
"secret" I mean that for most
it is unknown to them.
I'm going to let the pictures
speak fo themselves. I'll
tell you more at the end.
Did you have fun? We had a blast
going through this beautiful 2 acre
garden. It is located in Kansas City,
Missouri, named after philanthorpists
Ewing and Muriel Kauffman and given
to the city for it's residents enjoyment.
The Kauffman's world travels inspired
this garden. In partnership with the
Kauffman foundation Powell Gardens
maintians this garden. The staff change
the flower beds 4 times a year with
each season. We saw the spring beds.
There are local and exotic botanicals,
including plant varities not found else-
where in the Midwest. There are stone
walls, fountains and the bronze statues
are by the sculptor Tom Collins.
More to come in the next installment of
" A Public Garden."
This may be my last post for a bit. But I
will pop in once next week. We are get-
ting ready for our "staycation" next week.
Lots planned for next week but need to
work on a few details.
I'll see you soon!
~Keep on Dreaming~
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oh Melinda.....I know you sure had a great time here. Absolutely stunning!! I enjoy places like this where you can see beauty all around you!! Thanks for sharing...ReplyDelete
We did enjoy our visit. I could have stayedDelete
all day but it got a little warm while we there.
M : )
Very nice tour, thanks! Love the flowers and the kitty too!ReplyDelete
He certainly was working hard wasn'tDelete
he? Glad you enjoyed.
M : )
You are certainly a garden seeing girl!! I love all the gardens that you have visited, and thank you for sharing them with us.
Is that your sweet husband, peeking out at you??
What a handsome guy, and a beautiful smile to boot!!
Have fun with your stay-cation :)
We do love a good garden.Glad you are enjoying them. Yes, that is my prankster husband.Delete
M : )
I have never actually been there, can you believe that? We never make it over to the Plaza anymore!ReplyDelete
Oh, you really should try to get over there.Delete
You would enjoy the garden.
M : )
So pretty. I really like that garden gate.ReplyDelete
The garden has a lot of nice touches.Delete
M : )
That is soooo gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I might have a crush on that gate.
And that cat!
And look at your sweet husband hiding from the camera.
What a great visit. Thanks for letting me tag along!
Part 2 will be coming soon.Delete
I will be posting abou our staycaton vacation
then I will get back to the garden.
M : )