Category Archives: What’s In Bloom

>Feb.19-26

>Feb.19-26

In the Garden Hall Courtyard you will find: Miscanthus sinensis ‘Super Stripe’ (Maiden Grass); this variety of porcupine grass boasts more golden horizontal stripes than…

>Feb. 8 - 15

>Feb. 8 – 15

In the Great Hall Courtyard you will find: Pinus strobus ‘Pendula’ (Weeping White Pine); This weeping form of Eastern White Pine has long twisting pendulous…

>Feb.1 -9

>Feb.1 -9

In the Nature Garden you will find: Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Bearberry); a small woody evergreen shrub with glossy leaves turning wine colour in fall and winter;…

>Jan. 11-18

>Jan. 11-18

>In the Demonstration Courtyard, you will find: Clematis ‘Sherriffii’ Tangutica Group (Cultivar of Clematis); this vigorous late blooming vine known for its bell-shaped yellow flowers,…

>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…

>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…

>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…

>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) ;…

>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…

>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…