Ground cover plants have a place in every garden.
I’ve voted in every election since I’ve been eligible
This summer is my first as a retiree and I must confess it’s been a unique one. I’ve been amazed at how quickly time passes. One day folds into another and then a week has gone by. There seems to be a new urgency to do things and enjoy them because you now realize that time is not infinite.
Patience is the rule when growing biennials. These plants grow their roots, stems and foliage the first summer and bloom gloriously the second only to die shortly after setting seed.
Reading a picture book about kindergarten is a great conversation starter to help your child talk about their excitement, their questions and even their worries about the first day of school.
At their upcoming meeting in London, Ont., AMO (the Association of Municipalities of Ontario) will pay tribute and bid farewell to their outgoing president Russ Powers.
Hot enough for ya? Two summers ago, we were sick of anyone who said that. This year, there really hasn’t been reason to say it.
Okay, I admit it. I’m addicted to garage sales.
Last week, I travelled to Israel as part of delegation of Canadian Parliamentarians (three Liberals and three Conservatives) to see first-hand the situation in Israel as they defend themselves from the daily barrage of Hamas rockets.
Vacation will fulfill columnist’s long-held desire