The 2001 McGill College Gardens

The granite flowerbeds at 2001 McGill College are a feast for the eyes, especially in spring, when bright tulips brighten up the cold spring days.

The tulips are in full bloom in June, when the McGill graduates flood the campus by the thousands, right across the street from this property. 

 

The occasional leaderboard hat has been found between the flowers, and sometimes a bloom gets picked, but mostly these flower beds remain intact, and provide a continuous show of beauty for everyone who walks by, all summer long. 

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