When recently visiting Gage Park’s greenhouse, I realized why this flower is called Bird of Paradise. Submitted by Bill Poole.
Nicole Vella from Ancaster found this crystallized looking rose still in bloom.
You know it is Fall when the Annual Chrysanthemum Show rolls into town. Submitted by Sanjoy Acharya.
These gorgeous “begonia trees” and gardens in front of City Hall caught my eye on my way to work. Submitted by Patricia McKeon.
This rose bloomed in our garden on the first day of Fall. Submitted by Bill Poole.
Bobbi, our 3-month old Sheepadoodle, enjoys playing games in the garden. Submitted by Milena Head.
I watched this stunning Monarch butterfly sunning itself on the Sedum! Submitted by Kathy Pickering.
Eleanor Komadowski likes walking by Sam Lawrence Park up on the mountain, enjoying the view and the beautiful flowers by the stairs.
Our 9 year old Shih-Poo, Callie, wants the butterfly to play with her! Submitted by Becky MacDonald.
I visited the Urquhart Butterfly Garden in Dundas recently and found this American Painted Lady Butterfly with its feeding tube deep inside the centre of a flower. Submitted by Joseph Hollick.