READER PHOTOS! Belinda's garden in Ontariocomments (13) March 8th, 2012 in blogs
Today's photos are from Belinda Mayer inKinburn, Ontario, just outside of Ottawa. She says, "We live on a 4-acre treed lot where we make our own maple syrup. I’ve planted mostly native plants like New England asters, dogwoods, purple-flowering raspberries, lupines, and black-eyed Susans. Some plants, like goldenrod and ferns, I’ve transplanted from the forest. I also try to have plants that provide food for birds like wild strawberries, elderberries, and viburnums." Beautiful, Belinda!
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