This final post of 2018, written on the last day of the year, brings the garden at Glen Villa to a close — for now, at least.
August is high summer in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.
Insects make their presence known.
NOTE: Thanks to Mark A. for identifying this as a damselfly.
Near the house, a path leads up the hill and into the woods.
Autumn announces itself late in August.
It becomes more and more prominent as September progresses.
I spent most of September in England, leading my final garden tour. But home again, October made its own strong statement.
November is normally a boring month. This year, though, snow came early, giving the month an unexpected charm.
We spent lots of time constructing the temple façade, part of Timelines.
May 2019 bring you happiness at home and in the garden.