Tag Archives: Spring

A Good Cup of Tea

When the calendar says spring but the temperatures are still downright chilly, a good cup of tea can bring clarity. Seasonal changes are occurring. Everywhere you look, the preparations and planning for spring are underway.  Parkas have been traded in for … Continue reading

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Truth: It’s hard to work when the Olympics are on

February has kept us busy. Getting ready for the growing season takes a lot of planning. Much of this has been helped by the fabulously inspirational gardens at the NWFGS & the BC Home & Garden Show. I’d love to … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: An idyllic spring dream (NWFGS)

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Following the Bunny Trail

We chased the white rabbit all through VanDusen Gardens this past weekend and saw some amazing sights while on the hunt. Unfortunately we never caught up to him, but we did run into Philbert, much to the kids delight. Along the way … Continue reading

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This is not your Average Suburban Lawn

This past weekend Vancouver was submerged. The rain pelted the lower mainland with a Pineapple Express passing through the region. It was absurdly wonderful. Yep, the gutters were not able to cope and a new drainage project emerged. It broke through the … Continue reading

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Investigating Spring

Has Spring Sprung? Today was one of the most beautiful days we’ve seen in a while.  Blue skies with just a hint of clouds. A little outdoor adventure was in order. A favorite gal pal and I made a day … Continue reading

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