{ Posts Tagged ‘fall gardening’ }

Garden eye spy: Raindrops

Winter is almost here, but before our little corner of the globe becomes blanketed with thick white snow I thought I would share one final fall photo. These beautiful little rain drops caught my eye while out on an afternoon fall stroll.
They reminded me of tiny glass pearls and the way they decorated the vibrant leafy presence of a humble flowering cabbage made me smile. Fall is always a comforting time of year, rain and all, because it makes me feel cozy. Do you enjoy rainy days? Will you miss rainy days or are you ready for full on snowfall?

(Laura L. Benn is the Multi-brand Web Content Editor at TC Media. Follow her writing, photography and other creative ventures on her popular blog LLB {words + photos})

Garden eye spy: Magnificent mums

Aren’t mums delightful? I think other than the happy-go-lucky daisy, they are my favourite flower. They always look welcoming and cheerful. Of course, the fact that they are available in a wide variety of dazzling colours never hurts either!
If you had to choose a favourite fall bloom, what would it be? Are you a mum maniac like myself or do you prefer something else? Would love to hear your thoughts! There are only a few more official weeks of fall left, so let’s relish every last opportunity to savour the season, shall we?

(Laura L. Benn is the Multi-brand Web Content Editor at TC Media. Follow her writing, photography and other creative ventures on her popular blog LLB {words + photos})