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>Jan.4-11

>Jan.4-11

> In the Entry Garden: Echinacea purpurea 'Vintage Wine' (Purple Coneflower); this distinctive cultivar of Echinacea is characterized by its upright habit, seen here still holding seed heads...

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>Dec. 21-Jan.4

>Dec. 21-Jan.4

> In the Garden Hall Courtyard: Cotoneaster dammeri (Bearberry Cotoneaster) with Picea pungens 'Procumbens' (Colorado Spruce); the red berries of this fast growing groundcover cotoneaster are...

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>Dec. 9-21

>Dec. 9-21

>In the Nature Garden you will find: Myrica pensylvanica (Bayberry); leaves are aromatic when crushed, waxy blue berries in late fall and winter, native to open forests of Ontario In the...

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>Dec.2-9

>Dec.2-9

>Because of the warm weather, wonderful blooms continue at the TBG! In the Garden Hall Courtyard you will find: Helleborus niger 'Maximus' (Christmas Rose) ; normal bloom time is late...

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>Nov. 17-24

>Nov. 17-24

>In the Entry Gardenyou will find: Anemone x hybrida 'Robustissima' (Grapeleaf Anemone); this plant attracts wildlife to feed or nest; tolerates heavy clay soils; here the dark pink flowers have...

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>Nov. 10-17

>Nov. 10-17

> In the Terrace Garden you will find: Cotoneaster nanshan 'Boer' (Creeping Cotoneaster); an excellent berry bearer with bright long-lasting orange-red fruit   In the Nature...

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>Nov 3 -10

>Nov 3 -10

>With the coming of autumn as the leaves begin to fall, the "good bones" or structure of the garden are shown at their best, much of which depends on the choice of trees and shrubs. In the Show...

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>Oct. 27-Nov. 2

>Oct. 27-Nov. 2

>In the Garden Hall Courtyard Water Channel you will find: Hydrangea quercifolia (Oakleaf Hydrangea); a white-blooming shrub with four seasons of interest, leaves turn brilliant orange, red,...

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>October 20-27

>October 20-27

> In the Garden Hall Courtyard, you will find: Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Crimson Queen' (Japanese Maple); known for its lacy dissected leaves, this variety is considered a dwarf reaching...

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>October 13-20

>October 13-20

> In the Knot Garden you will find: Juniperus procumbens 'Nana' (Creeping Juniper). It is one of the finest groundcover junipers, in this photo touched by an early Autumn frost   On...

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