Spring has its own designs.

Gardening on the Canadian prairies is definitely an exercise in patience.

  • A solitary clutch of Galanthus nivalis holds court over a still thawing garden.
  • A spiky tuft of hand grown blue fescue defiantly announces it made it through the winter.
  • Branches of crabapples show silhouettes of nothingness – evidence of the robins’ 2 day feast.

Galanthus nivalis. Image copyright B. Wanhill 2014Festuca glauca. Image copyright B. Wanhill 2014

Malus baccatta 'Rosthern.' Image copyright B. Wanhill 2014
All images Canon T3i

 

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