The Fontaine d’Eau Chaude was the first fountain built on the Cours Mirabeau — in the 1600s. The hot water (34°C/64°F) comes from the hot springs of Bagniers. There are current photos here and here, showing it still covered in moss.
Preschool children watering flowers in the Soviet Union, between 1930 and 1940, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
“Bryan family, Jane & Dagmar in garden,” probably Toronto, September 1925, The Globe and Mail Fonds (1266, Item 6299), via City of Toronto Archives.
The little girl on the right (Dagmar?) is holding up something, perhaps a caterpillar or worm.