Rudbeckia through rain covered asparagus leaves
Spiders, Bees and Cherry Tomatoes provide colour in the garden this week!
A 20 degree drop in daytime temps may signal the beginning of the end of summer…heavy sigh…
It’s the last long weekend of the summer – I’ll be relaxing but the bees are as busy as ever!
To me, Cleome looks like a plant from a science fiction story!
Where are the #bees and #butterflies this year?
What’s blooming mid summer in southeastern Ontario – in appreciation of plants that don’t mind a bit of drought.
All week we’ve been bombarded with heat wave warnings for this Canada Day long weekend – we’re lucky to live close enough to the lake to enjoy relatively cool breezes but I finished mot of my heavy chores Thursday evening. A sweet smell wafted over me while mowing and I realized the Milkweed was opening. […]
Unremarkable front yards gave way to intriguing back yards; cuteness out front foreshadowed great beauty in the back for the Prince Edward County Garden Tour.