Summer blooms, veggies and late spring leftovers
There’s an abundance of flowering perennials and shrubs to choose from for this week’s Six on Saturday!
Veggie gardens are taking off in this summer heat.
Colourful and tasty Nasturtiums are packed into the kitchen garden.
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, […]
Spring clean-up is delayed by rain, while the first bulbs begin to shoot up.
Spring arrived Wednesday in the last few minutes of the afternoon and, as if rushing to keep up with a train schedule, the snow began to melt. These past few relatively warm, sunshiny days have exposed brown grass, fallen branches, soft squishy soil, soft squishy dog turds and, yes, Galanthus. That’s right, Snowdrops were pushing […]
Edible ornamental flowers are becoming more popular as gardeners seek to get maximum use from small or kitchen gardens.
I love the tiny #purpleflowers and new leaves on Thai Basil. Oh – they taste good too! #herbgarden