Well, I’m back from my vacation to British Columbia. Places I visited: Vancouver, Seattle, San Juan Islands, Victoria (Vancouver Island), and a few places in northern Washington. Great trip!
Last week I toured Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island. Really an amazing place! It’s like Disneyland but for flowers and here’s some photographic proof. The garden was immaculate. Imagine a 55 acre garden with 66 gardeners. That’s how perfect it was. Not even a petal was on the ground and no dead flowers. Simply amazing. I’m sorry I can’t identify the flower types. Feel free to comment if you know a name. This is going to be one really long post – oh well. I don’t know if anybody even reads this.
29 responses to “Flowers I saw at Butchart Gardens, Vancouver Island”
The pictures were outstanding. Thanks for sharing. no.11 is a black eyed susan and no. 18 is a white daisy
It’s very beautiful. I wish I will have the chance to visit it. It’s breathless.
wow..its so beautiful.. i hope I could visit the place after my studies…
your tittle says it, however I have been to Butchart Garden and I think there is so much more about Butchart’s flowers than single shots. These, I feel could have been in any good garden. I mean even great photos need a good frame and sometime an identity (such as Butchart Garden) But thank you for sharing.