Last month, my family went to visit Ottawa, with a stop over at Prince Edward County Lavender field. The lovely boutique, heavenly scent, and beautiful lavender, with a cup of coffee and a sandwich under the tree, it couldn’t be any more relaxing! If you ever go to eastern Canada in July, it’s a nice break over there.
It has been a very wet spring and summer in Toronto this year. Although I installed container gardening water drip irrigation system this year, it wasn’t used much at all.
Corner of my garden: I moved all my succulents and orchids outside. I love how it looks after the rain.
I’ve finally finished this waxed canvas handbag after who-knows how long. I am just glad that I finished it, although screw up a little bit by ironing the waxed canvas.
This is the pattern from Chinese magazine. I love how versatile it is.
As you may know, it’s Canada’s 150th birthday this year, and Parks Canada decided to issue this Discovery Pass for all Canada’s national parks and historic sites in 2017. I ordered the pass, and visited my first national park in May: Point Pelee National Park in Leamington, Ontario.
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My mom bought this lovely Cymbidium sinense during our visit to Cloud’s Orchids; but it wasn’t doing very well in her fish tank back in January. Yeah, her fish all died, and she converted the big fish tank to orchid growing area, hoping it would retain moisture and heat well. However, it didn’t turn out as expected. I guess she still got a lot to learn. So long story short, I took the cymbidium sinense home this Feburary, cleaned up the rotten roots, restrict on the watering, and took good care of it. After four month, it finally came back with new growth.
Before: a lot of younger leaves were drying out and falling
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