Autumn is in the air with colourful foliage and winter squash ready to harvest.
I’m writing this on Friday night (October 4) – we have a frost warning in place with an expected low of plus three degrees Celsius – feeling like minus one. If frost arrive it will be the earliest in many years – it’s usually a week away. I’ve already harvested tomatoes and herbs; the chard […]
The colouring on the Viceroy butterfly closely resembles that on the Monarch butterfly. The difference is in the black smile across the lower wing.
Colchicum and other September flower photos.
Windfall sunflowers provide excellent cut flowers for this week’s vase.
None more days of summer!
A week into September, the first Saturday in September, which means I should be looking at my long list of ”Fall Gardening Tasks’ – it’s a list I’ve been keeping since 2005. Often items carry on from year to year: Thin out trees on east side of driveway; Cut down buckthorn along fenceline, etc. Some […]