Early spring showers bring mid and late spring flowers!
Emerging Lupins and Tulips on a frost morning
Bulbs and Buds are emerging in Prince Edward County!
Snowdrops make an appearance in this year’s first vase of flowers cut from the garden.
Let’s share things from the ‘Positive Real World’ today – first weekend of Spring.
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 […]
Spring has a firm hold on us now – there’s no stopping the explosion of colour all over the garden. Tulips, Hyacinths and Narcissus are all starting to parade their seasonal, glorious display and our continued cool temperatures (a few days of warmth forecast for next week notwithstanding) will help ensure a lengthy blooming […]
This past week brought blustery cold winds to the County and all Southern Ontario – lots of downed trees, fallen branches, rain, snow flurries and power outages. We were fortunate to escape wind damage or flooding even with the sump pump out of action for a few hours at the height of Wednesday night’s storm. […]