Some flowers are born for a close-up.
A few flowers that seem to be managing the heat and drought just fine, thank you.
Using depth of field to highlight one part of a photo.
Corn is ripening, Goldenrod is blooming, Daylilies are ending – it must be August!
What’s blooming mid summer in southeastern Ontario – in appreciation of plants that don’t mind a bit of drought.
I’ve been reading that gardeners in parts of England and France are experiencing a drought and have to spend a lot of time watering every day. Parts of southern Ontario have also been without rain for several weeks (although it’s been really, really, I mean really, humid…) but gardeners who rely on a well for […]
Although we’re only a few weeks into ‘official’ summer, it’s been so hot and humid it feels like August. Until yesterday, that is, following a cold front that swept in overnight and pushed the humidity away, leaving cool breezes and perfect gardening weather. To see Sixes from around the world head on over to The […]