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.
Hydrangeas are one of the easiest flowers to dry, and given their size, you need only a few to fill a table arrangement or decorate a wreath.
Margaret in Kingston, Ont., says her hitherto lovely hydrangea is quite luscious and green, but there’s not a single flower. Why isn’t it flowering?
New and noted for garden centres in 2016 from people at Landscape Ontario trade show where growers and suppliers promote plants and products.
More plant picks for 2015 from nurseries, plant breeders and wholesalers, and seed companies.
If you’ve had a look at the summer issue of Garden Making, you might notice the editor’s message makes a point about getting the right plant in the right place. A few years ago I planted woolly thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus, Zone 5) next to a small granite rock that’s beside the front steps. Sometimes a […]
If you’ve purchased a small blue hydrangea in a pot for a holiday and then planted it in the garden, in subsequent years it has probably turned pink.
The choice in hydrangeas grows more enticing each year. My ‘Annabelle’ hydrangea is developing broad domes of creamy white flowers.
Oakleaf hydrangeas have interesting foliage, quite like enlarged oak leaves in shape, and with a thick texture. What’s more, when grown in half-day sun or more, the leaves take on a palette of rose to burgundy hues in the autumn, holding onto the shrub for several weeks as the colours deepen.