It’s no secret that March is my least favourite month of the year. Temperatures fluctuate wildly; it may snow heavily one day and the snow may be melted two days later. Then we’ll get another blast from the Arctic, freezing moisture in the ground and heaving the soil, exposing perennial roots. And it’s muddy. And […]
A patchwork of colour is emerging as spring bulbs continue to bloom!
Muscari latifilium turning blue
Spring clean-up is delayed by rain, while the first bulbs begin to shoot up.
The 10 days of Canada Blooms flower and garden show in Toronto ends Sunday – I thought I’d end the week with a few random shots that demonstrate there were, indeed, flowers there!