Category Archives: What’s In Bloom

Tulipa World Peace with Narcissus Lemon Beauty

May 12, 2011

Tulipa ‘World Paeace’ (Tulip)) with Narcissus ‘Lemon Beauty’ (Daffodil), and in the background a drift of Narcissus ‘Thalia’ (Daffodil) Entry Garden; this single-flowered Darwin Hybrid has brilliant…

Fritillaria raddeana

Spring Flowers May 3, 2011

Fritillaria raddeana (Fritillary) Garden Hall Courtyard; This close relative to crown imperialis blooms very early with greenish lime-yellow flowers lined with burgundy. Fritillaria meleagris (Snakes Head…

>April 19-26

>April 19-26

> In the Garden Hall Courtyard you will find: Rhododendron dauricum ‘Arctic Pearl’ In the West View Terrace: Hellebores x hybrida Winter Moonbeam In the…

>Daffodils Fri April 29

>Daffodils Fri April 29

> Narcissus ‘Tete a Tete’ (Miniature Daffodil) Show Garden; This mini daffodil has yellow petals with an even deeper yellow cup. Narcissus ‘Toto’ (Miniature Daffodil)…

>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…

>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’…

>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…

>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…

>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…

>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…