A few end of summer blooms fill today’s vase of cut flowers.
The last weekend of summer brings the last few new blooms to the garden.
The first Colchicum of 2020 started to bloom yesterday. Heavy sigh…
It’s Labour Day here in Canada – making this a lovely last long weekend of the summer, traditionally (but not this year) the day before school starts again. And it’s raining. That’s a good thing! What’s also a good thing is that I snipped some flowers for today’s vase yesterday, when it truly was a […]
Bees are busy buzzing around this late summer weekend.
Zinnias fill a vase of cut flowers this week.
A Giant Swallowtail butterfly flitted amongst the Zinnias the other day…
It’s the last weekend in August and the garden is already starting to take on an autumnal appearance. Tree leaves have started to turn yellow and even red, thanks in part to how dry July and August have been but also in response to shortening days and cooler nights. Some perennials are looked quite bedraggled […]