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Boston's Pubic Garden is alive with floral beauty from early April until the late fall frost begins. Not only is the Garden known for it's swan boats and of course the ducking family known and loved through, 'Make Way for Ducklings.'

The Garden is surrounded by Beacon Hill on the north and east, and Back Bay on the west and south. Besides this public garden, the neighborhoods have tiny to larger private gardens that can be seen through wrought iron gates, over short wooden walls, and from second story windows of surrounding buildings. Walking down Beacon streets one realized there are even window gardens that dress up the narrow brick sidewalks.

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