Saturday was warm and sunny – the bees were out in droves, another tulip variety opened, were it not for the ticks I would have been gardening in shorts and a t-shirt. And a hat, of course, and not just for sun protection, these days! Sunday, on the other hand, was still warm but we […]
Cloudy day, Sunny day
Although daffs will be around for a while, tulips have started to bloom in Prince Edward County.
I know, it’s February. I know, it’s my first IAVOM post since 2019. When you say it like that, sounds I’ve been slacking off a bit, eh? Well. It’s winter. There’s snow, and ice. Although I’ve seen a few snowdrop and daffodil tips poking through now and then, garden flowers are still a few months […]
I’m a bit late – these photos were taken last Saturday (with a few on Sunday), not today. After taking photos in the garden early last Saturday morning, I went on a road trip to a nearby Provincial Park, and didn’t get back in time to post. (I have since posted about the park though, […]
A patchwork of colour is emerging as spring bulbs continue to bloom!
Spring flowers in #PrinceEdwardCounty
Spring has a firm hold on us now – there’s no stopping the explosion of colour all over the garden. Tulips, Hyacinths and Narcissus are all starting to parade their seasonal, glorious display and our continued cool temperatures (a few days of warmth forecast for next week notwithstanding) will help ensure a lengthy blooming […]