Tag Archives: Canada
This is the perfect time of year to get inspired about your fall garden. Ontario and the East will soon be brilliant with fall colour and our gardens will be aglow in this vibrant backdrop. In other parts of North … Continue reading
This is just a shortie post to encourage you all to run out and purchase the June issue of Gardens Central Magazine. Not that I want you to go out in the SNOW FLURRIES! Why? Because, in addition to the … Continue reading
Many gardeners are beginners. I see this from the number of gardening bloggers who say so, and from my experience living in and about a large city where people work constantly and are afraid to plunge into having much of … Continue reading
April 19 it looked like this: April 20: But at least it wasn’t like this. Today, April 21 we’re back to this: Is it Spring yet?
I published this post last summer, long after these photos were taken. However, with spring a few days away and North American gardens beginning to wake up, I keep thinking of them. The post seems far more relevant and topical … Continue reading
After my last post, reflecting on last year’s early spring and the spectre of global warming, I was certain that winter would be coming to an end. Yesterday, my dear sister informed me that the annual Flower Count had begun in her fair city, which strives … Continue reading