Saturday, September 12, 2009

Vancouver's weather is rarely predictable, but one thing we can count on in this city is beautiful, hot, sunny days in September. The leaves are starting to turn, and our fine city's residents are trying to squeeze as many days at the beach in as possible before we're forced to face month upon month of grey skies and rain.

At first I thought that Autumn would be an odd time of year to start a gardening blog, but then I started thinking about all the amazing things nature offers us in the colder months. Apart from the vegetables that can still be grown in the Fall, this time of year gives us time to bake, can fruits, pickle vegetables, and turn old crops in to garden beds to be unveiled in the Spring.

There are a few pictures above from this past Spring and Summer. After this entry I'll blog only about things as they happen, no matter how tempted I am to write about the brighter seasons.

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