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Out with the old and in with the new

Last weekend it was out with the old, dead trees and in with the new seedlings on our cottage lot.  This past summer we noticed that one of our huge maple trees had died, presumably due to the drought conditions we experienced this year, as it looked fine in the spring.   106 more words


Favourite perennials and annuals this summer

Even though our summer was hot and sunny with very little rain, most of the perennials and annuals in my and my clients’ gardens were beautiful here in zone 5.   77 more words


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These past few weeks (okay, months) have come with few blog posts from me.  After backpacking Costa Rica, I had less that 48 hours before I moved to Toronto, Canada. 234 more words


How and when to water your garden and lawn

In drought conditions like we have been experiencing here in the Ottawa (and most of Ontario) area, it is important that you know how and when to water your garden and lawns if you feel you must do so. 129 more words


God's country

My father used to call the area where our cottage is located “God’s Country” for a reason.  Palmerston Lake is a clean, beautiful, serene lake in Ompah, Ontario where we refer to as the middle of nowhere.   114 more words


200 Queens Ave

Constructed 1956

Designed by Peter F. Tillmann with help from W.G. Davis

This building was one of the first Curtain Wall style buildings to be built in London.   155 more words

Sketchy Garage