More about the Parc Floral de Paris

After Brenda’s escape from being locked in the park, we went back the following day and took some photos. Parc Floral is one of 4 botanical gardens in Paris with 75 acres of gardens and park space, complete with lots of big toys for children as well as ampitheater, duck pond, and many other things to do. Can’t wait to see the 40,000 tulip bulbs come up. Here’s a sample of what must in Spring be the most colorful place in town.

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Park Floral de Paris
One of 4 botanical gardens in Paris. 75 acres of gardens and park space, complete with lots of big toys for children as well as ampitheater, duck pond, and many other things to do. Here’s a sample of what must in Spring be the most colorful place in town.
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Comments

  1. Mark Middleton says:

    Hilarious, Brenda’s escape from the park!

  2. Pauline Ostheller says:

    This looks like a fun part to walk through several times a year or more often. As the season change I’ll bet the flora does too.

  3. Daniel Fischer says:

    Nice pics Thanks
    Brenda when do you start peeling onions? 🙂

    • Brenda Prowse says:

      Hah! Hopefully soon, Dan. We are in the “search for an apartment” mode now. Wish you and Tamara were here to give us the thumbs up or down!

  4. Dale Walters says:

    I told Sandy about your adventures. She is very happy for the both of you!

  5. Barbara Monks says:

    I love the flower stands in Paris!

    • Brenda Prowse says:

      Good idea for a series of photos. The flower stands are so unique and there are so many. I saw a beautiful flower store yesterday that had a pussy willow tree in the window. It was in bloom itself and then the branches of it were decorated with individual yellow flowers in tiny clear vases. I think the yellow flowers were witch hazel. It also had tiny sparkling lights on the branches.

  6. Richard B. White says:

    Dang, that is way cool. Thanks for sharing your images.
    I’m sure you guys are putting together an “Electronic Map” you will be sharing with all of your “Much Ado About Paris” follower’s.
    GPS Coordinates would be an Extra Special Feature too.
    I especially liked BABY Brenda on the BABY Toys!!
    Again, thanks for sharing!!

  7. Barbara Monks says:

    Another good web-site that I receive weekly is:
    FrenchAffaires….many good ideas about things to do in Paris.
    (Oh I wish I could be there!)

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