“A warm welcome to our hardy spring wildflowers”, writes Beverly Graham. “The Trilliums are stunted. Taken on a south facing slope”.
“I wondered what the Crocus was thinking”, writes John O’Connor. “If they don’t get eaten by the rabbits, they get covered in a blanket of ice and snow”.
Rick Grant captured this nice spring photo in his garden in Caledonia.
I took this photo of our Hibiscus plant (growing in our living room) that bloomed on a very cold but beautiful sunny, snowy day. The beauty of this single bloom in the window is amazing! Submitted by Diane Buckle
Walking her dogs in Dundas, Sybille Stahl found these snowdrops on January 28th.
What a beautiful site, with these mums, in front of my house on Upper Paradise Road; they are still going strong! Submitted by Domenica Bilancia.
Fall flowers at the Mum Show at Gage Park. Submitted by William Almas.
“My sisters and I go every year to see what they come up with at the Mum Show”, writes Rose Hughes of Burlington. “What a wonderful way to spend a rainy day!”
A Monarch butterfly visiting our back yard before its long migration. Submitted by Sue Connor.
It was an unexpected treat to find this white caterpillar foraging amongst the flowers. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.