I really love crocuses – or Croci , if you prefer. Big ones, small ones, white ones, orange ones, purple ones…white and purple ones…Bees love them too, and they’re one of the earliest bloomers in my garden (starting just as the snowdrops end, and before daffodils etc start) so I think they’re a wonderful addition […]
Yesterday morning I came across a photo of a cow with humongous horns standing in an icy landscape by a Texas road – not what I’d expect and certainly not what Texans are used to. The ice and snow that is. Winter storms and a Polar Vortex made the American deep south look and feel […]
Colourful and tasty Nasturtiums are packed into the kitchen garden.
This new Echinacea is a cross with E. paradoxa
Late winter in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Snow, animal tracks, swelling buds and seed starting.
Still a lot of snow and ice here in #PrinceEdwardCounty but anticipation for spring is building!
Gardening in Prince Edward County is still, mainly, an indoor venture in Prince Edward County.
A cold Saturday means indoor seedy things
Edible ornamental flowers are becoming more popular as gardeners seek to get maximum use from small or kitchen gardens.
Rain has encouraged a growth spurt for some things while volunteer sunflowers and cantaloupe grow tall and strong.