There’s nothing false about the rising popularity of baptisias. They deserve all their new-found attention.
We welcome reader photos of gardens. See photos from Guelph, Winnipeg, Fredericton, Victoria.
What’s in bloom in the garden? Garden Making Editor Beckie Fox and Design Director Gary Hall use #WIB to tag images of new blooms on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Oxalis are grown for their shamrock-shaped foliage and dainty little tubular flowers that fold up on cloudy days and at night. Easy to grow indoors or out.
Begonias can flower continuously from June until frost, have blooms lasting over a week, are super easy to grow and come in just about every colour.
Our roundup of favourite plants comes from freelance writer Lorraine Flanigan who asked gardeners to pick just one plant. More that didn’t fit in magazine.
More plant picks for 2015 from nurseries, plant breeders and wholesalers, and seed companies.
Sowing seed indoors during deepest winter can prompt some perennials into blooming in their first season. How to grow perennials that bloom the first year from seed.
A pot of white stephanotis vine (Madagascar jasmine) with clusters of deeply perfumed flowers can become a lovely vine grown in a container.
Potted cyclamen plants with elaborately marked ivy-like foliage and bright flowers are easy-to-grow, long-lasting ornamentals.
Christopher Lloyd planted Verbena bonariensis, commonly called tall verbena, at Great Dixter in England, and now Jodi DeLong enjoys it in Nova Scotia.
Many new bedding plants are being introduced. Here’s what caught my eye at the 35th Canadian Greenhouse Conference.
The sparkling white ‘Honorine Jobert’ Japanese anemone begins flowering about the middle of September, and is a Judith Adam favourite. Its tall stature gives it architectural presence.