|Light garden in full production.|
|Bunny sitting among the Primula auricula.|
|Unknown variety of Draba in flower. This plant is three years old but still would fit within the palm of my hand.|
|The hairy flowers of Pulsatilla vulgaris (left) are adding to the color of the crocuses.|
|Tiny yellow Iris danfordiae is said to be a zone 5-9 plant, but it made it through our recent mild winter just fine.|
|Ruffed grouse on the compost pile.|
|Kona out for a walk in the forest. Snow remains in shady areas.|
If you are a local person interested in gardening, we are lucky to have "Gardening Wednesdays" sessions at 7 pm in La Ronge.
- May 9 is Planting Seeds and Propagation at Churchill Community High School,
- May 16 is Flowers in the North at Churchill Community High School
- May 23 is Creating and Gardening in Raised Beds at 1312 Houghton Place, and
- May 30 is Container Gardening at 1331 Kowalski Place.