Saturday, October 12, 2013

Fall at the Humber Arboretum

Hiking paths and the easy flow of the Humber River cuts through 250 acres of the Humber College's botanical gardens, perfect for a nice fall walk of leaf peeping. The top of bank is under deer lockdown - keeping those cloven hooves away from the flowers requires an extensive system of fences and gates. Walking along the river bank you see deer tracks and if you are lucky you can see a deer go by.

"The Humber Arboretum was started through the initiative of Humber College horticulture students in 1977. Its purpose is to facilitate research and education, establish and maintain living plant collections, promote conservation and restoration practices, and provide a quality visitor experience. It is a joint venture of the City of Toronto, Humber College, and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority."

Colours aren't at peak just yet, but there are areas of bright colour that can be found

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