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aimless ramblings of a humble gentleman from Montreal. Urban Gardening, Travel, Flight, Art, Science

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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Garden (End of Season) 2016

Canada is not a hot country but from May to end October it is frost free in many areas including Southern Quebec. This provides an ample opportunity to grow many different legumes, maize, root vegetables as well. Fruit is limited to pears, apples and grapes in local area. Peaches, apricots and more common variety of grapes are not hardy enough for the cold winters (-30C usually once or twice a winter). Vegatables grown from seed such as tomatoes, squash, pumpkin types grow well in the warm summer days.

Garden plants are a beauty of minor details which can be captured on film (or electronic film). Here below are some of the captured images:


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