The New York Botanical Garden is holding a wonderful exhibition of Monet's paintings with a replica of his house and garden in Giverny, France, and I must go see it. It's the closest I will get any time soon of being in his actual garden. And, from what I've learned, the garden will change with the seasons. Amazing!
|Claude Monet, Reflections of Clouds on the Water-Lily Pond, c. 1920, 200 × 1,276 cm (78.74 × 502.36 in), oil on canvas, Museum of Modern Art, New York City|
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Hit the link for more information, directions, and tickets. Yes, you have to purchase a ticket! For a specific day and time! Now I find that annoying. I like to just decide one day and go. But, no, now I have to buy a ticket.
I need more color in my own garden. More flowers, more colors, different heights, maybe more rocks, or statues. Some flowers need moving around for better sun exposure. The peonies are leaning toward the sun.
Looks like I have work to do. Yeah, more to-do's on the list.