Summer winding down
There's no doubt about it - fall is quickly approaching Ontario. a few shore birds are leaving the Arctic and traveling across central Ontario; many wildflowers have already gone to seed; and - to add insult to injury - the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE - an annual event) oprned in Toronto last Friday. YIKES! Where has the summer gone?
In my gardens this week:
Largest quare: white butterflies drinking nectar from the blossoms of Russian sage
Moving closckwise: hollyhocks, wild sunflowers, cranesbill geranium "Rozeanne," Echinacea (a named variety but I forget which one) and Japanese anemone (another variety forgotten at the moment).
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