Be it day or night, sunlight or moonlight, white plants will add a wondrous effect to your garden. Two designs for a white garden in part shade or sun.
The Markham Garden and Horticultural Society invites members and visitors to join us on Monday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. This month’s guest speaker is renowned floral designer Lizzie Matheson. During her floral-design demonstration, Lizzie will discuss trends, techniques, and tips in “What’s Next in Design.”
Increase your garden’s range of motion with plants that move and waltz in the wind — then sit back and enjoy the show
The Scarborough Horticultural Society’s annual judged flower show will take place on Saturday, September 17 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The show will include vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, and design categories.
Allan Armitage, well-known for his plant expertise and enthusiasm for all things horticultural, offers candid advice to uptight gardeners.
Perennial borders can be located in front of fences, hedges and walls. 6 steps from planning to planting day for a new flower bed of perennials.
There’s more than one way to lay down bricks or concrete pavers to make a path or patio. Five patterns to consider for pavers in garden design.
The Edmonton Horticultural Society’s Annual Garden Tour is the most popular event of our year and the perfect way to spend a summer weekend in July.
The Garden Making bloom chart will help you plan a succession of flower blooms in your garden design.