My boyfriend and I took a trip to Enger Tower this past week for some pictures. The tower has a great view of the city, and some impressive shade gardens as well.
Here’s the view of the lift bridge from the top of the tower.
And a little bee on a Purple Coneflower.
This is the most Coleus plants I’ve ever seen in one place at a time!
Their Impatiens were beautiful! I love the coral colored ones. It was interesting because you could see that the ones who were in shade all day were much thicker than the ones that got some sun during the day. The difference was incredible.
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Looks like a great place to go, good view and lovely flowers, what more could you want…..
beautiful shots! the Coleus plants look great arranged like that.
The Coleus plants are beautiful. Lovely shots.
Thanks for the wonderful stroll! The autumn has arrived here, so there isn’t that much flowers left now.
I love the Coleus plants. Wonderful colors!!!
What lovely shots you’ve taaken. I enjoyed the stroll too and love the coleus foliage. Sara from farmingfriends
great photos! love the coneflower and coleus ones! 🙂 Happy GTS!!
That coleus shot is astounding! You’ve captured so much color in that one.
Thank you everyone for the wonderful comments! These gardens really are impressive, and I’m afraid my camera won’t do them justice.
Gorgeous! I *love* the Coleus!