Here is part 2 of my blog post about flowers and shrubs blooming in our garden in June and July of this year. To read part 1 please follow this link. I have also described 10 roses we have in our garden. All of them are still blooming for the second month, but some of…… Continue reading Flowers Blooming in Our Garden in June and July – Part 2.
We still have winter here and the wave of cold and snowy weather. Two days ago there was a major snow storm in some parts of Greater Toronto area, particularly close to Hamilton, as well as in many other places East and south of us, including a big snowfall in New York. We were lucky…… Continue reading Visiting Niagara Park’s Botanical Gardens – Part 1.
How do you decide which plants are right for your garden, choose the best one that will thrive and you will love them. It is not always an easy decision to make and I have learned to consider the following 7 questions when buying plants or sowing seeds in my garden. Here I have prepared…… Continue reading Seven Important Questions to Ask When Choosing Plants for Your Garden.
Today I would like to tell you about growing buddleias, also called buddlejas, butterfly bush or summer lilac. Presently I have two kinds of buddleia in my garden and both of them were planted during the summer of last year – 2015. I find them quite reliable and easy going, so I think these…… Continue reading Buddleia – Butterfly Bush – Summer Lilac – an Easy Going Beginners Perennial Shrub.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin At this time of the year many of you in the northern colder regions of North America, Europe and Asia might be wondering how to save your roses from freezing. In this post I will describe how I do it. Let me tell you first a little bit about my…… Continue reading How to Prepare Roses for Winter – Gardening Tips