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Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens, Toronto

Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens feature formal flower gardens with roses, herbs and multi-tiered beds stone balcony and steps.

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Charming Garden Gate via Gorgeous Flowers Garden.

Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens is a municipal park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park was created in 1933 by public subscription to honour Alexander Muir, who composed the song "The Maple Leaf Forever".   There is a decorative gate at the Yonge Street entrance bearing a plaque depicting a maple leaf to commemorate Muir and the park's 1952 reopening. Inside the park, there is a stone retaining wall that is also a monument dedicated to Muir inscribed with the refrain of The Maple Leaf Forever. The Gardens contain stone balconies and steps, crushed brick pathways and sunken gardens enclosed by maple, willow and oak trees. 

Park is favorite place for wedding photsessions and other phtoshoots. 


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