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>March 22 – 29

>March 22 – 29

>In the Demonstration Garden this week you will find: Galanthus Collection (Snowdrops). A variety of snowdrops are beginning to naturalize in this section of the garden. Look for them at the west...

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>March 1

>March 1

Today on March 1st, we went looking for signs of spring and found some! In the Nature Garden, you will find: Magnolia x loebneri 'Merrill' (Loebner magnolia) As we await the star-like blossoms of...

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>Feb. 1-8

>Feb. 1-8

This weeks picks highlight "winter interest" in the garden as snow provides a dramatic backdrop for many plants. In the Show Garden- South you will find: Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Filifera...

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>Jan 10-17, 2011

>Jan 10-17, 2011

> In the Nature Garden you will find: Pennisetum with Echinacea purpurea(Fountain Grass with Purple Coneflower); both these plants hold up well under snow and winter conditions and make for...

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>December 2-31

>December 2-31

>Winter may be moving in to the TBG but some stalwart plants are still showing their brightest colours and others are blooming! In the Nature Garden you will find: Cornus sericea Flaviramea...

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>Nov. 15-25

>Nov. 15-25

> In the Nature Garden you will find: Cornus sanguinea 'Winter Beauty' (Bloodtwig dogwood); aptly named, this bloodtwig dogwood is noted for its orange-yellow winter stems tipped with red and...

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>Oct. 28

>Oct. 28

> Late fall colours are still in full bloom at the TBG, thanks to our wonderful autumn weather!All these selections are featured in the Entry Garden: Tricyrtis formosana Samurai (Toad...

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>Oct 7 – 17

>Oct 7 – 17

> In the Water Channel you will find: Hydrangea quercifolia (Oakleaf hydrangea); these shrubs provide four seasons of interest with dramatic white flowers. They perform best in hot climates but...

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>Sept. 23- 30

>Sept. 23- 30

> In the Nature Garden you will find: Lindera benzoin (Spicebush); from the laurel family; the leaves of this native shrub give off a unique spicy odour when touched, bearing rich red fruit...

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>Sept 9 -23

>Sept 9 -23

> In the Perennial Border you will find: Hibiscus 'Kopper King' (Perennial hibiscus); still growing strong, Kopper King has been flowering non-stop for over a month even though each plate-sized...

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