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.
I’ve been reading that gardeners in parts of England and France are experiencing a drought and have to spend a lot of time watering every day. Parts of southern Ontario have also been without rain for several weeks (although it’s been really, really, I mean really, humid…) but gardeners who rely on a well for […]
All of a sudden, it seems, we’re in the middle of spring. A few days of 20 degree temps and sunshine means the bulbs are bursting, buds are opening, dandelions are blooming and there’s way too much gardening to do in a day! Here’s a quick Six taken this morning, with a nod to The […]
After last weekend’s ice pellets and freezing rain came a full day of heavy rain – which stayed on top of the ice and caused quite a bit of flooding in the yard. Flooding isn’t unusual in the spring here, we have pretty bad overall drainage on the property despite a contractor’s promise several […]