Unpack your spring bonnets and dust off your garden tools. Gardening season is approaching. Time to pretty up your houseplants and enter them in a spring garden show exhibit.
Wouldn't a spring basket of tools like this make a welcome Mother's Day gift? I'm not handy with fabric, but I know many ladies who can sew, and they love the color pink.
Crocus. . .one of the first spring flowers to poke up through the last traces of snow each spring.
Here's Mother Nature and of course she's dressed for spring in a vibrant green. I wonder if we'll catch sight of her at our Annual Spring Garden Show held in Toronto in March.
If you've never been to Toronto, aka as the Greenest City in Canada, then this is the time to come, especially if you are a gardening and flower enthusiast like me. Canada Blooms opens with a party in honor of St. Patrick's Day. To celebrate our 175th Anniversary, the City has ordered up a spectacular garden display for the show.
Even if you're not the type of person who likes to 'get her knees dirty' there's lots of fun things to do at Canada Blooms: flower arranging and design, wine tasting, flower and plant judging, speakers and demos, photo gallery, feature gardens, marketplace, and more. Show runs March 18-22, 2009.
Not to be missed if you love the whole garden adventure is Ontario Garden Show at the Hamilton Convention Centre, March 13-15.
Looking for a good book to get you into the swing of gardening? You'll find them here! Check out the Amazon ads, click on them for complete information about prices and ordering.
Enjoy the spring weather!
SPRING BREAK IS AROUND THE CORNER. March Break Children's Program for kids and parents, here's the link: http://hopecommunitygarden.wordpress.com/.