Canadian Seasons have been described as: Six months of winter, and six months of poor sledding. These can be broken down into: almost winter, winter, still winter and road construction season. To be more specific, the four seasons are: June, July, August and Winter.
In the spring, the patch of Ferns start out in tight rolls. (See my post: Fern – My Fiddle Headed Frond)
In the summer, our forest is home to the Cotoneaster bush. (See my post: Leaf Me Alone, I’ll Be Fine.)
In the fall, the poplars at the cabin are beautiful, especially when they prepare for their winter sleep. (See my post: I Spy with My Little Eye, Something that is Orange)
In the Winter, there is still some green foliage - thanks to the evergreens. (See my post: The Never Ending Winter.)