“We were surprised to find this female Praying Mantis when my husband was cleaning out the garden”, writes Betty Vander Wier. “She blended in perfectly with the dead foliage“.
Watching the bees work hard in the garden. Submitted by Patrizia Fazzari.
Two hummingbirds peacefully sharing a Monarda…for a moment anyway! Submitted by Dianne Seed.
Evelyn Kenna was feeling lucky when she caught this photo of a Monarch Butterfly on the Butterfly Weed (Asclepias Tuberosa) in her front garden. “Monarch caterpillars are completely dependent on milkweed for their survival. This is a “must-have” perennial for every garden!”
Veteran, Pete, who lives at the Freelton Lions Villa, worked to make a contribution to the beauty of the Villa and of Canada. Submitted by Linda Young.
Cliff McEwen enjoys the view of his neighbour’s beautiful garden in Carlisle, Ontario.
Michael and Penny Holmes enjoy watching a variety of visitors to their garden, including this butterfly, posing on a coneflower.
Someone had been nibbling on the kale in Rocco Baviera’s veggie garden.
My grand-dog, Petey, was watching me garden on a beautiful, sunny day. Submitted by Gail Legato, Binbrook.
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.