This is another picture from the Arboretum Park. I am already planning a new visit just to improve the weather.
When the daffodils and tulips say goodbye, they take the baton of flowering rhododendrons. They were planted in the Arboretum 50 years ago and some have already grown not only into shrubs but into smaller trees. The May flowering park is adorned with 50,000 rhododendron flowers. At the end of May, the queens of all flowers – roses – join them with colorful and fragrant flowers.
Are roses already blooming in your country?