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What’s in Bloom Now? June Garden Updates

By Thea Hegland June is often considered an “in between” season in terms of garden flowers. The spring bulbs have been replaced with the summer annuals and they just need…

New Annuals and Perennials for 2020

Presented by George Papadelis3301 John RTroy, MI 48083(248) 689-8735    tellys.com The May Meeting was recorded and we have a handout for you to use so you don’t have to take…

A Beautiful Tapestry: The Garden of Heather Bradley

There are so many new followers to the blog, I thought it would be nice to repeat a favourite garden that some readers may not have had the opportunity to…

Butterfly Iris, Iris spuria

Last summer I visited the Royal Botanical Garden in Hamilton for the first time in several years. I found impressive displays of early summer perennials and row upon row of…

DIY Water Garden Kits: Which is Right for You?

Water gardens add a fascinating new dimension to outdoors. There are many landscaping and aquascaping agencies that can set up a water garden for you, at a cost of course.…

What’s in Bloom Now? May Garden Updates

By Thea Hegland It has been an incredible year for Tulips here at The Gardens but it seems now the shifting of seasons has begun and we must bid a…

Garden to open June 1, 2020

Updated May 15, 2020 The Garden is open for visitors starting June 1, 2020. We are so glad to welcome visitors to the tranquility of the Garden, to relax, to…

Trowel Talk Newsletter May, 2020

The Trowel Talk Newsletter May 15, 2020, is now available, brought to you by the Master Gardeners of Lanark County and Ottawa Carleton.This month, given the downturn in the global…

MGs in the Community

VancouverPageOtherPLEASE NOTE: ALL CLINICS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. We are happy to answer questions via Facebook or our Plant Info Line. Vancouver Master Gardener volunteers support local gardening…

The Galanthus Gala: Where Snowdrop Addicts Get Their Fix

In 1997, Mona Wysocki gave me a “sod” of snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) about the size of a salad plate. (I call it a “sod” because it was as densely packed…

Naturalizing Spring Bulbs

by Lianne Krane, for the Puslinch Pioneer Most of you probably know the world-famous Keukenhof, the most beautiful tulip garden in the world. Every year millions of tourists visits this…

A Visit to Duff & Donna's Garden in June

At the back of the house, there is a small plateau of land with a deck and then the property rolls down in a gentle incline to a lake. My friendship with…

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