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250 Wincott DriveEtobicoke, ON M9R2R4
686 Janette AveWindsor, ON N9Aâ47
311 Hwy 7 W Rr #2Oakwood, ON K0M2M0
307 Grandriver St NParis, ON N3L2N9
2008 Sheppard Ave ENorth York, ON M2J5B3
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Jul 26, 2019
Growing Peace and Freedom, One Flower At A Time - Spectrum News
Each represents a country where a peace garden grows. It connects Batavia to an international trail. The closest one is across Lake Ontario in Canada.
If you drive down West Main Street in Batavia and see these flags— they represent the 22 other countries that have peace gardens. The previous country added to picks the next. pic.twitter.com/nVyORvYVqJ
— Breanna Fuss (@BreannaFuss) July 3, 2019
On the American side of the lake, there are about a dozen gardens from Niagara Falls to Oswego. The gardens are open 24/7 and are free.
"When you walk in the garden and you read the history and you think about it, it's a peaceful feeling," Toal said.
It’s a feeling she hopes will inspire others to make the world a better place.
Peace Gardens run from Niagara Falls all the way to Oswego. There about a dozen on the US side and a number in Canada. pic.twitter.com/PfIxsD2JBY
— Breanna Fuss (@BreannaFuss) July 3, 2019
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10 stunning flower farms you can visit this summer across Canada - CBC.ca
Terre Bleu, Milton, ON Ontario's largest lavender farm (and possibly its most photogenic), Terre Bleu offers guided walking tours, an apiary, and 9 different varieties of lavender at its Milton location. This summer, there's a second location open nearby; The Ruins will offer fields of crimson, chamomile, phacelia and sunflowers. Admission is not cheap, but you can save money by buying a timed ticket online in advance of your visit. Country Cut Flowers, Newmarket, ON From late July until September, this idyllic Newmarket flower farm offers tickets for cut-your-own visits (information available through the farm's Facebook and Instagram pages). You can also order bouquets and subscriptions, and there are workshops on botanical dyeing, peony arranging and more. Garden Party, St. Agatha, ON At Garden Party, you can pick your own organic flowers from the field on weekends between Mother's Day and Thanksgiving — $20 for whatever blooms you can hold in your hand or fit in a canning jar — or purchase ready-picked bouquets. The farm offers lesser-known flowers such as hollyhocks, hyssop and astilbe alongside delphinium, zinnias and peonies. There are seasonal workshops, and a bulb and perennial sale in the fall. Dahlia May Flower Farm, Trenton, ON The dreamy Dahlia May Flower Farm Instagram account boasts 71K followers, and you can find Melanie Harrington's fragrant, heirloom blooms — grown without chemicals — at the company's charming farm stand in Trenton, and at the Codrington Farmers' Market. There are floral-arranging workshops and, according to the farm's website, you are welcome to ask for tours from August–September. Seafoam Lavender, Seafoam, NS At this boutique lavender farm in Nova Scotia, you can visit the fragrant gardens from mid-May through mid-October. The farm shop offers a plethora of all-natural, handmade lavender beauty and food products. Truc Nguyen is a Toronto-based writer, editor and stylist. Follow her at @trucnguyen. Jun 22, 2019
Clifford Horticultural Society hosts spring flower show - southwesternontario.ca
Clifford Horticultural Society hosts spring flower show SouthWesternOntario.ca
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Door to Nature: Thimbleberry Flowers and Fruit - Door County Pulse
UP and said, “Nowhere else in the entire world does this marvelous berry plant grow!” It actually ranges from the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, across the upper Great Lakes region to southern Alaska, into the Black Hills of South Dakota and south to the mountains of Mexico, Arizona and California.
There is little doubt in my mind that this sought-after fruit is at its very best in lands bordering the upper Great Lakes. The growing conditions in northeastern Wisconsin – always near the cool Lake Michigan shore, but away from the water’s edge – are similar to those encountered at a specific altitude on the wooded mountain slopes of the West.
Perhaps no plant genus – other than the Crataegus (thornapple) genus – is in such a chaotic condition as the Rubus when it comes to Latin names and identities. The genus has 250 to 700 species!
The outstanding thimbleberry is one of the well-proven and studied species. One place to admire them is along the roads bordering Lake Michigan northeast of Sturgeon Bay. Their large, five-petaled blossoms remind me of a single white rose set against handsome, deep-green leaves that are very slightly tacky to the touch and impart a clean, subtle perfume to the surrounding air. This would be my idea for a can of air freshener: clean, invigorating, but not overpowering or artificial.
What a pleasure it is to carefully walk through a patch of thimbleberries as you pick the fruit: no thorns! You don’t have to wear a suit of armor as when picking blackberries, when you earn every berry plucked off those thorny canes.
Prepare yourself for some slow pail-filling when you go in search of thimbleberries. Then line your pail with several of the huge plant leaves to cushion the delicate fruit as you put it into the container. Walk slowly and carefully because the huge, dense foliage tends to hide fallen logs.
I remember going to pick some thimbleberries one mid-morning during the dry summer of 1976. I was going through the rocky south point of Baileys Harbor with a plastic ice cream pail and had picked enough berries to cover its bottom when I looked at my watch. Holy cow! It was time to get home to make Roy his lunch. I hastened back to my car, and as I did, I tripped over a fallen tree, spilling all of my fruit onto the ro... Jun 22, 2019
Doctors said she wouldn’t live to her first birthday. She just went to prom with two dates. - The Washington Post
Gabby Horner-Shepherd, a 21-year-old with a genetic disorder called partial trisomy 13, poses with her prom dates in Waterford, Ontario, on June 1. (Courtesy of Alex Daiken) Allie Caren Video editor focusing on breaking news and viral content June 13 Gabby Horner-Shepherd wasn’t expected to live to see her first birthday. She was born with the genetic disorder partial trisomy 13, and doctors said that if she did make it through her first year, she would likely fall into a vegetative state soon after. But 21 years later, Gabby is still here. Because of her disability, Gabby has the motor skills and cognitive understanding of an 18-to-24-month-old, her mother said. Still, Gabby enjoys horseback riding, paddle boarding and zip-lining. And she’s a big fan of Ed Sheeran. Gabby is in her final year of high school near the family’s home in Port Dover,...