Maria Fleming (aka Quiltingmamma) shares her early morning garden walk on Canadian Thanksgiving! So much to be thankful for!

"We have been blessed with a delayed Autumn this year. Today is our Canadian Thanksgiving and it is an exceptional day with temps in the high 60sF... a rare treat.  These are a few photos from an early morning garden walk. Trees are still mostly green with a few exceptional scarlet maples to enhance the clear blue sky."

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double anemone and sedum

One last rose bloom - Morden Sunrise

ornamental kale creeping geranium wooly thyme

Rugosa leaves

Snow berry volunteer Osider dogwood bay cornus

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