Greenwich Ushers In Spring Color (Once Again) On Monument Hill

If there is ONE undeniable reminder that spring is arriving in Greenwich, it has to be the sudden emergence of vivid color on the Monument Hill Crocus Field in front of Second Congregational Church where Maple Avenue meets East Putnam.

Residents all over Greenwich can't help but feel a little warmer inside when, seemingly overnight, this local rite of spring blooms in abundant hues of purples yellow, and whites. Once the blossoms appear, it's as if the new season has immediately arrived -- always a welcome notion after a New England winter.

This year, the flowers have arrived early - along with multiple days of much-appreciated early-spring warm weather!

If you're looking for a local spot to get out of the house and visit for some quiet mindfulness (especially during this unexpected time of "social distancing") - make it a point to walk (or drive) by to appreciate the change of seasons AND the community-enhancing magic that can be accomplished when garden clubs and nature conspire to beautify our surroundings!

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Photos by Kylie Finkelstein.




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