The Geranium, Pelargonium & Fuchsia Society of Ontario will hold a plant sale in conjunction with the Rock Garden Societies sale on Sunday, May 7, at TBG
Gardening in full shade and dry soil is a challenge. Tips on how to cope, with ideas for 8 plants that will survive in dry and shady gardens.
Container plants need to stand up to summer heat and humidity. Here are 6 container plants performing well for Garden Making Editor-in-Chief Beckie Fox.
The Geranium, Pelargonium & Fuchsia Society of Ontario will hold their annual plant sale and show on Sunday, August 14, from noon to 4 p.m., at the Toronto Botanical Garden (TBG).
Ideal for containers and window boxes, ivy geraniums will be happy to bloom all summer in part shade to full sun with attractive flowers and foliage.
Rozanne cranesbill is standing its ground with prominent blossoms open for bee business. Rozanne is a dynamic, long blooming geranium.
There’s a roiling ocean of broadleaf evergreen periwinkle in the front garden, benefiting from good light and frequent irrigation.