Z – At zero degrees we cover the zinnias and zucchini
“Prairie people are weather watchers because with agriculture our fortunes are very much tied to the land and the weather. The climate is very dynamic, always changing, so we listen to weather forecasts and watch the thermometer. As the temperature drops to the freezing point, we know it means crop damage. At least we can save the garden from frost by covering it with blankets.”
– Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet
This painting is one of 26 paintings reproduced in “A Prairie Alphabet” – an awarding winning children’s book written by Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet and published by Tundra Books. It was the winner of the Mr. Christie’s Book Award for Best Canadian Children’s Book for Illustration in 1992.
495 S/N Limited Edition Print $75.00 each
Image Size: H 12″ x W 15″
Framed beginning at $225.00 each
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