My community garden plot is nestled in the west end of the city. This is a space I use to test ornamental plant hardiness. Gardens surrounding my small plot boast a mind-bending assortment of food, cucumbers, corn, herbs, garlic and of course, tomatoes. The size of the garden plots vary but in general, they are roughly the same size as a single parking spot. Needless to say, the landscape in the neighbourhood has changed dramatically, c’est la vie.
In the background, the iconic CN Tower dominates the Toronto skyline.
In the foreground, the monarch butterfly quietly goes about its business.
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I love your testing-ground plot, Eileen… surrounded by edibles! I’m wondering, though… I think that the “monarch” might actually be a Viceroy!
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Jen-Thank you for identifying the butterfly!