St. Stephen's Green
On Friday, I went into Dublin to have lunch with my daughter and son, to buy some seeds, and to see the magnolias in bloom. St. Stephen's Green is my favorite Dublin park, always filled with flowers and scents.
Coming through the arch, I see a field of daffodils waving in the breeze.
I sit and have an apple, watching the birds on the pond. I see mostly seagulls.. where are all the ducks? Later on, my son walked by here too, passed a couple of tourists who commented to each other that we had funny looking ducks here.
In the middle of the park, tulips bloom everywhere.
The scent of the hyacinths was heavenly!
The magnolia was in full bloom. Magnificent!
Along the perennial border, I noticed these pretty yellow flowers. I'm not familiar with them. Maybe dogtooth violet?
A few early cherries were already in bloom.
Even the horses were decorated with flowers.
As was my reflection in a flower shop!