Submitted by Valorie Grisdale.
Aromatic yellow roses in our back yard. Submitted by Patricia Han.
Sheepadoodle, Murphy, is enjoying our lilac season. Submitted by Gord Head of Ancaster.
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.
While attending the annual Hamilton Area Midwife Client Reunion at Pier 4 Park, Arie Frei, Fiona Frei and Anna-Maria Lavictoire, enjoy a short break under a beautiful Magnolia tree. Submitted by Dave Frei.
“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.