It seems 2020 was either the hottest or the second hottest year on record. It depends on your source. Either way, we’ve yet to see negative double digits where I live in southern Ontario, even at night. We had a nice snowfall at the start of the month, but what was left on the ground […]
Mid December and the garden is still green, with splashes of unlikely colour.
We’re in the midst of a November heat wave – sunny and mid teen temperatures. Unheard of really. Unfortunately, it was preceded with our first hard frost, last weekend, which was a death knell for most annuals and vegetables. Luckily I had picked my cucumber (it was delicious) and all remaining tomatoes (green or otherwise) […]
Getting cold outside!
Winter approaches – the garden winds down…
Giant Pumpkins took centre stage in Prince Edward County last weekend.
Mint and Zinnias make a great combo in a vase.
The gardening season is winding down. 2020 brought horticultural enlightenment for some gardeners.
It’s Labour Day here in Canada – making this a lovely last long weekend of the summer, traditionally (but not this year) the day before school starts again. And it’s raining. That’s a good thing! What’s also a good thing is that I snipped some flowers for today’s vase yesterday, when it truly was a […]