At Canada Blooms 2012, the container garden designed for Garden Making magazine to put the spotlight on new plants.
Catherine Geraats of Aphrodite Design Group used stylish containers to present the collection of new plants in the Garden Making Plant Walk of Fame.
“Our magazine helps people discover and appreciate all the plant choices available for creating and enjoying their gardens,” says Garden Making Editor-in-Chief Beckie Fox. “We focus on plants, design and practical knowledge, and all those elements are being brought to life in the display created by Catherine Geraats.”
Get an insider look at new plants from Beckie’s interview with Rodger Tschanz, who’s in charge of growing and evaluating new annuals and perennials at the University of Guelph’s and Landscape Ontario’s trial gardens.
Learn more about the Landscape Ontario members building the 16 feature gardens for 2012 on the Canada Blooms website.
In 2o12, Canada Blooms will run for 10 days, from March 16 – 25, and will be co-located with the National Home Show at the Direct Energy Centre, Toronto. One ticket allows guests to attend both events. You can save by purchasing tickets in advance online.
This is the 16th year for Canada Blooms. In addition to feature gardens, it includes Canada’s largest Flower Show, the Gardening Educational Series and Blooms Marketplace.
Tips and suggestions for Canada Blooms 2012.
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