Loads of gorgeous foliage is emerging from winter dormancy this week.
April 21, 2021 – 10 cm of snow; melted the next day
Both flowers and veggies are Six things in the garden this week
Trilliums tend not to last in my yard. Neighbours north, west, east and south of me have woodlands bursting with them every spring and several times they have gifted me a bucket with a few of the flowers, dug deep with ample clods of dirt surrounding the deep rhizome-root. They survive for a few years, […]
Intentional Camera Movement – a Photo Club assignment – gives a painterly touch to a patch of Hyacinths.
I love being able to share the bounty of my garden, especially with friends these days, in Ontario, when we can’t properly visit each other. The end of April and May is possibly the best time to share, as this is when daffodils and tulips start to bloom in my garden, the first in profusion […]
What started as a warmer and drier than average spring has turned into a normally wet and cool spring. That makes all growing things happy, which makes me happy. It also lengthens the spring bulb season, and that makes me very happy! Bulbs in bloom feature heavily in my Six this week – to see […]
One week ago there was nothing but faded Galanthus in bloom in my garden. Today there’s a dozen or so different spring blossoms brightening the landscape. Amazing what a few unseasonably warm days will do in early spring! Every Monday Cathy at Rambling In The Garden encourages us to share a vase highlighting what is […]