I was not able to tend to my garden most of the summer, but when I was able to water and weed, to my joy, my butterfly bush has grown and is now attracting Monarch butterflies. Submitted by Susan Camposilvan.
We have a steady stream of birds feasting on the Sunflowers in the backyard! Submitted by Bob Blair.
What a surprise I had last week when I found this miniature tree frog basking in the sun on my daylily! Submitted by Mary Ann Pearson.
A wicked storm that arrived during a visit to Bogle Seeds Farm quickly turned into a scene from a scary movie! Submitted by Susan Terzis.
“My daughter, Heather, was in our backyard and couldn’t resist taking some photos of a large bumblebee sitting on one of the flowers”, writes Lynda Pollock. “She could see the pollen stuck to the bee’s legs and its body”.
It’s that time of the year again and Bogel Seeds had thousands of sunflowers in bloom. A great path to walk around as you take pictures. Submitted by Jim Auty.
BEAUTIFUL LILIES! – Summer lilies from our friend’s garden in Port Dover. Submitted by Bill Poole, Stoney Creek.
“This is my very favourite time of year”, writes Lois McNaught. “Not too hot, not too cold, birds singing joyfully, beautiful flowers all around and wonderful wildlife such as this Twelve-Spotted Skimmer Dragonfly”.
Lots of colouful lupins greet golfers at Mystic Golf Club on Powerline Road. Submited by Bev Graham.
This is Star, enjoying Suzie’s garden. Submitted by Raymond Rea.