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As feared, frost killed our Magnolia flowers, and all that’s left are their brownish remains that the wind is continually trying to dislodge from their branches. Yesterday, in search of Spring flowers and colors I went to Sayen Park Botanical Garden in Hamilton Square, not far from our house. It covers an area of 30 acres, with all kinds of flowers, including a quarter of a million bulbs! But before getting to the bulbs, my eyes were drawn to the intense yellow color of Marsh Marigolds, a plant that thrives near water.

Marsh Marigolds at Sayen Park Botanical Garden.

Marsh Marigolds at Sayen Park Botanical Garden.

Marsh Marigolds at Sayen Park Botanical Garden.

Marsh Marigolds at Sayen Park Botanical Garden.

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