….our cauliflower plant bolted straight to florets
….walking through the garden at Dundurn Castle in Hamilton
It was another odd weather day. The morning started out sunny and then the clouds moved in. The rain came and went and then came again. The sun reappeared and then disappeared again. Did you know that honey bees take cover from the rain? I never really thought about it until I saw this little fellow today.
…..clearing overhanging branches and wild shrubbery
I’ve lived in my neighbourhood for over 38 years and I can’t say I’ve ever seen the city sending work crews to trim the trees by the lake. I’m sure they have; I’ve just never been there to witness it. It’s quite the operation and it took several days to prune and manicure the trees in the park at the end of my street.
I’m glad they weren’t taken down completely. Toronto really prides itself on the amount of green space we have and the natural canopy that the trees provide. Many years ago it was rumoured that some of the residents discouraged the planting of new trees because they took away their view of the lake and in the dark of night they went in and cut down any new trees that were planted. Attitudes certainly have changed over the years. Last year the city went in and planted at least 20 new trees in our park alone.
…..in the neighbourhood
…..I love all the different variations of orange and pink in this rose