Snow seems like it’ll stick around for a while.
A few end of the year garden photos from Prince Edward County.
Well I hope these Pinus nigra (Black pine) were yummy, at least for whatever critter decided, earlier this week, to have its way with two saplings in my yard. Hate for this destruction to have been a waste. The only animal I can think of, around here, that might do this are deer, but the […]
Dying ash trees aside, October continues to be really beautiful!
Gorgeous fall colours continue, and the veggie harvest is coming to a close…
We’ve had a few nights of patchy frost around here (although not in my garden), and the cool temperatures have hastened the retreat of chlorophyll from tree leaves while a few breezy days has hastened the falling of said leaves. Winter is definitely coming, but before that, how about six things in the early October […]
Leaves are starting to change colours…
A few last minute arrivals to the garden…
We’re falling into a few weeks of warm days and cool nights. Falling…get it?
A walk along The County’s Millennium Trail