20 Breathtaking Photos of Canadian Gardens
From luscious greens to vibrant pinks, these garden photographs—snapped by Our Canada readers—are truly a feast for the eyes.
This delicate photo of dandelion florets caught in a spiderweb is beautifully poetic.
Isabelle Marozzo of Norland, Ont., noticed a gorgeous Monarch butterfly in her garden and captured it through a raindrop.
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Alexandra Fontaine snapped this shot during the time of year when the robins come eat the berries growing along her fence in Mission, B.C.
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“These seedlings are ready to be planted in my garden, if only the snow would stop falling,” writes Sharon Peters of Three Hills, Alta.
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Butterfly bush buffet
Jen St. Louis caught this hummingbird feasting in Elmira, Yukon. The contrast between the green and pink hues in this photo is just delicious!
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Ann Lane immortalized these tiny hands exploring the garden and learning an appreciation for nature in Cobourg, Ont.
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These ferns—captured by Deb Sandau—are unique and lush.
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As evidenced in this snapshot, the gardens at Hatley Castle in Colwood, B.C. are exquisite.
Angel of the morning
Robbie Gorr noticed a burst of colour in a shady corner of this garden in Petawawa, Ont.—and just had to capture it.
“My best garden photo ever,” writes Tammy Greene of Harrington Harbour, Q.C. “Got my birdhouse out to get a few photos of the spring birds and this was my first model. Tucker always loved to get his photo taken and I’m pretty sure he wanted to get in on the action!”
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The details of a white dandelion are astonishing in this photograph by Joyce Stolte.
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Eddie in the garden
This inquisitive cat exploring the garden is just precious.
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Emiliano Joanes found this rooting sweet potato in their St. Hubert, Q.C. garden and captured the contrast between the greens and browns beautifully.
Lilies in abundance
The pink and green hues of these thriving lilies are simply astonishing.
Karen Allin snapped these vivid alliums at the Toronto Zoo, one of her favourite places!
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