Right away, you can tell that two avid gardeners live here.
These gloves don’t stay idle for long.
Gail and Sam have lived in their home in a city east of Toronto for 25 years.
Theirs is a mature, complex garden that is tended conscientiously every day. It has trees, vines, ponds, statuary, gazebos, and plants that grow in the ground and in a multitude of containers.
Of course, a gardener’s work is never done. If you’re a gardener, you’ll relate to this moment:
The camera comes out and Gail spies a weed — way, way at the back of the garden.
“Wait!” she says. “Let me remove that weed!” As she pulls one, she finds one more. And one more.
A Canadian who was born and raised in Jamaica, Gail has fond memories of the island.
This garden helps her to keep connected to it.
“We come out here…
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