By Mildred Alpern
No need to travel to the gardens of Giverny fifty miles outside of Paris to view summer flowers in a splendidly untamed setting. Thanks to volunteers, the two Riverside Park Community gardens, adjacent to one another on the promenade at 91st St., exhibit the bright colors that inspired Monet and Pissarro, the French Impressionist painters. The gardens are currently bursting with a bountiful display of cleomes, anemones, hydrangeas, crocosimas, and black-eyed susans, among others. There may not be the bridge and pond located in Giverny, but beyond the daisy patch, lies the sparkling Hudson River. Head over before the blooms fade.