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The Tulips at Osgoode Hall are red, orange, yellow, pink, white, purple, bi colored and tri colored. The range of color for these magnificent bulbs seems endless. The grounds of Osgoode are meticulously manicured and the Tulips provide a marvelous display each year. The secret of gardening is creating a succession of bloom from spring until fall. As you can see in the images below the gardens of Osgoode begin with a bang created by the Tulips. The Flowering Crab Trees enhance the Tulips and when they are spent the entire property is laced with annuals creating yet another dimension to the gardens of Osgoode Hall.

Osgoode Hall Tulips

Osgoode Hall Tulips

Osgoode Hall Tulips

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