I’m a bit late – these photos were taken last Saturday (with a few on Sunday), not today. After taking photos in the garden early last Saturday morning, I went on a road trip to a nearby Provincial Park, and didn’t get back in time to post. (I have since posted about the park though, […]
Pine Sawfly devastates my Pinus strobus pendula while a warm first weekend of autumn means the garden stays colourful.
A 20 degree drop in daytime temps may signal the beginning of the end of summer…heavy sigh…
Corn is ripening, Goldenrod is blooming, Daylilies are ending – it must be August!
My neighbour John inspired me to start recycling scallion root nubs. It’s a fun project, especially for patio or balcony gardeners!
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. […]
I know – the title of this post is a stretch – but I do love a catchy tautogram! I’m always jealous of gardeners who can maintain a perfectly weed and disease free veggie bed beyond the end of June. You’ve seen pictures of them in glossy magazines (paper or virtual…) – lovely potagers […]