Showing posts with label Perennials. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Perennials. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Field of Daylilies

Often we buy our daylilies from a nursery or a plant catalogue with a limited selection.  If you ever have the opportunity to visit a field with acres of daylilies and over 1000 varieties in bloom, GO!  In Lanark County, we are lucky to have such a place.  Rounding the corner in late July and looking out at all of these varieties is a jaw dropping experience.  White House Perennials in Almonte is just such a place.  If you are coming to Eastern Ontario, in the next few weeks, check it out.  It is worth making a special trip.  Read more.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Beauty in the Fall Flower Garden

Autumn Crocus
Our gardens are our pride and joy all summer long.  In the fall, they often become shaggy and neglected.  Do you want to keep them looking beautiful?  Read more

Sunday, January 5, 2014

How to Divide Perennials

Perennials thrive on division.  Read more

Penny Pinching Gardener

How can you have a beautiful perennial garden without breaking the bank?  Read more

Multiply your Perennials by Division

Dividing your perennials not only improves the health of your perennials, it also helps to increase your stock.  Read more.

Microclimates in your Yard

Have you ever gone out one door and found it warm and sunny and then out another door and found in shady and cool?  That is because your yard has microclimates.  What are they and how can your use them to your advantage?  Read more

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

How to Grow New Plants from Cuttings

Last winter was particularly hard for perennials such as lavender and herbs, while some people lost their favourite roses and shrubs.  Replacing them is costly, however there are other options for replacing them, other than at the nursery garden. Read more

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