Shrubs covered in white blossoms form the backbone of the garden in May.
The native Grey Dogwood is now blooming, getting ready to produce berries for birds in the fall.
It’s been a truly gorgeous spring week here, with loads of sunshine and cool temperatures that have encouraged petals to stay on stem and branch a bit longer than normal. Case in point is this Serviceberry, below. Normally petals blow off after about a week or 10 days. But that would be stretching it. They’ve […]
Spring blossoms on this silvery day
Now blooming in Prince Edward County: Amelanchier canadensis.
Thoughtful planning can produce beautiful results – and a new rain barrel are in this week’s Six things in the garden.
Colourful Spring Awakenings in the garden.
Finally, sunny warm days, more than two in a row! Too much to do in the garden to write much, so I’ll simply post a few snaps from our morning walkabout, and give a shout out to The Propagator, who hosts many Sixes every week!. 1 – Lilacs are still going strong. The common, pale […]
Officially we’ve nearly a month left of spring but with temps close to 30 yesterday it was suddenly shorts and sandals weather. Most of the spring bulbs have had their days of glory, and now that the Camassia are swooning around in all their blue splendour there’s only the Alliums left to bloom (Purple Sensation […]