The Applewood Garden Club fall fair will take place on Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 7 p.m. Bring your favourite recipe using fruits or vegetables grown in your garden. Bring a bouquet of flowers or a photo. Tell us about what you brought.
Increase your garden’s range of motion with plants that move and waltz in the wind — then sit back and enjoy the show
The Applewood Garden Club invites you to join them on Thursday September 15, at 7 p.m. for the 2nd annual “Grow it and Show it” fall fair meeting.
One of the loveliest fall bloomers are Colchicum. Colchicums also make ideal container plants. How to grow, and common misconceptions about colchicums.
Pamela in Sarnia asks why the daffodils she plants each fall bloom the following spring but never again. Beckie provides tips on what’s needed to re-bloom.
Get garden design ideas for all season blooms in your garden. Enjoy non-stop flowers from spring right through to fall. Lists of plants and planting plans.
How to force bulbs for beautiful spring-flowering containers. Dugald Cameron explains step by step, starting with fall planting of bulbs.
Christopher Lloyd planted Verbena bonariensis, commonly called tall verbena, at Great Dixter in England, and now Jodi DeLong enjoys it in Nova Scotia.
Pink turtlehead, sometimes called twisted shell flower, are showy plants that provide nectar loved by hummingbirds. They prefer nectar over sugar water.