Bryant Park is one of the elements that add feathers on the crown of princess of hills. This park is bejewelled with various species of plants and shrubs. One portion of the park is dedicated to rose garden that boastfully displays some unique and rare species of rose. Specially the green rose attracts tourists from entire country. There is also a greenhouse that hosts plant from all around the globe.
A walk at the Bryant park was definitely a calming one.Nevertheless, the ride, cold white winds , along the ghats of the hills under the blanket of fog, was more than a good experience.P.s - Maggi and bread omlette really taste crazy over the top, which became our staple food for the rest of the tour.Getting back to our rooms, we certainly had our part of fun enjoying the night view of the city.
Bryant Park is a wonderfully maintained garden situated towards the South-East corner of Kodai Lake. The park was planned and built in 1908 by a forest officer from Madurai, H.D.Bryant, and named after him. With 325 species of trees, shrubs and cactuses, the park is a rainbow of stunning flowers during the monsoon and winter season. A large section is dedicated to nearly 740 varieties of roses. Ornamental plants are cultivated in a nursery for sale.
Bryant Park: After Croaker’s Walk, we ambled for an hour or so in Bryant Park. Honestly, Ooty’s Sim’s Park is a much better choice than Bryant Park. Even though the park has a cornucopia of green trees, it becomes a little monotonous as you make your way through the grassy patches. However, since we went during the blooming season of Kurinji flower, the purple hues of the flowers made the surroundings look beautiful.