November temperatures are up and down this year –
Using depth of field to highlight one part of a photo.
Peonies are blooming all over Prince Edward County – although looking a but droopy in the heat!
It’s the last weekend of #CanadaBlooms in Toronto.
Most of the things growing in the garden are there on purpose. Honestly!
When I visit garden shows or county fairs I generally either breeze through or walk on by the flower show part. You know, the tables with vases of cut flowers, or weird looking arrangements that use sticks and leaves and kitchen gadgets that make the whole thing appear…strange. I know, I know – it’s […]
I know – the title of this post is a stretch – but I do love a catchy tautogram! I’m always jealous of gardeners who can maintain a perfectly weed and disease free veggie bed beyond the end of June. You’ve seen pictures of them in glossy magazines (paper or virtual…) – lovely potagers […]
I love it when various gardening associations or plant companies come up with their picks for “Plant of the Year.” If you haven’t already noticed, get ready to see gardening pages, sites, tweets, Instagrams (is that a real word?), Pinterests (again, can the word be used as a noun?) loaded with images of ‘The’ plant […]