George Washington, as an equestrian, stands proud on the foreground with the Boston financial district peeking at the horizon. It is the primary marker in the Boston Public Garden, considered as the first public botanical garden in the United States of America. The park features hundreds of trees and flowering plants including roses, beech trees, birch trees, oaks, weeping willows, tulips, and many more that adds color and vibrancy. But, of couse, you won’t see the garden in full bloom until spring.
The Public Garden has a twin park, adjacent to it, called the Boston Common.