No visit to Boston in our glorious springtime is complete without strolling through the Arnold Arboretum. This sprawling, lush park was established in 1872, and is owned by Harvard University. Just hop off the Orange Line train at the Forest Hills “T” stop, and you’re there!
Skip along with me, now, as we ogle the rainbow colors of May in the Arboretum: the arguable crown jewel of Boston’s Emerald Necklace park system.
Whether or not you got to see these flowers in person on Lilac Sunday for Mother’s Day, I hope these photos can bring you a taste of the fragrance from the comfort of your own couch!
Gorgeous, eh? So which of these blooms would you most yearn to take home?
The author, Lillie Marshall, is a 6-foot-tall National Board Certified Teacher of English, fitness fan, and mother of two who has been a public school educator since 2003. She launched Around the World “L” Travel and Life Blog in 2009, and over 4.2 million readers have now visited this site. Lillie also runs TeachingTraveling.com and DrawingsOf.com. Subscribe to her monthly newsletter, and follow @WorldLillie on social media!