Tag Archives: Toronto
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
I have been unusually sequestered lately, and restricted to viewing my garden from indoors, a situation not unusual in Canadian winters. In addition to unusual factors, Southern Ontario was hit by a heavy snowstorm last week. While lying about feeling … Continue reading
Due to the disturbing nature of what you are about to read, I am warning all Central Canadian gardeners to look away for the following quote. I have been so profoundly disturbed by the contents of this email from my … Continue reading