Michael and Penny Holmes enjoy watching a variety of visitors to their garden, including this butterfly, posing on a coneflower.
Colourful spider on a Coneflower (Echinacea ‘Cheyenne Spirit’); taken at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Submitted by Dave Cummins.
A walk through beautiful nature. Photo taken at the Royal Botanical Garden. Submitted by Natalie D’Addario.
So many species blooming for the start of the summer. Beautiful day for a walk at the RBG. Submitted by Alice Bespolko .
Submitted by Valorie Grisdale.
For Mother’s Day my husband and I took our mothers for a blossom tour throughout the Niagara region. Submitted by Susan van der Heiden.
My grand-dog, Petey, was watching me garden on a beautiful, sunny day. Submitted by Gail Legato, Binbrook.
“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.