Yesterday morning I came across a photo of a cow with humongous horns standing in an icy landscape by a Texas road – not what I’d expect and certainly not what Texans are used to. The ice and snow that is. Winter storms and a Polar Vortex made the American deep south look and feel […]
“But then I made my big mistake. Too many different bulbs, too small a space.”
Giant Pumpkins took centre stage in Prince Edward County last weekend.
Mint and Zinnias make a great combo in a vase.
Shishito peppers make a surprise appearance in this week’s vase of cut flowers.
The gardening season is winding down. 2020 brought horticultural enlightenment for some gardeners.
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 […]
Edibles and drought tolerant ornamentals are thriving in Prince Edward County gardens.
Summer blooms, veggies and late spring leftovers