Wednesday, April 11, 2012
We always think of going to the zoo in order to see the wild beasts, but, as an extra treat, the Cincinnati Zoo’s botanical gardens rank among the finest in the U.S. In fact, the zoo features more plant species (over 3,000) than animals. Each spring they celebrate “Zoo Blooms” by planting a hundred thousand tulips and over a million daffodils and hyacinths. With our early spring this year, the zoo grounds have been looking beautiful since mid-March. Here’s a glimpse.
-Ami G (4-15): Wow! These are gorgeous!
-Phyllis S-S (4-14): Dear Dave, Lovely, lovely photos. I'm going to a charity luncheon there next week and hope it still looks pretty… Phyllis