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>What a terrific week to start our blog! There are many plants in bloom this week, just in time for Doors Open on the weekend.

The Entry Garden Walk

Tulipa’Don Quichotte’


Tulipa
‘Purple Dream’

Tulipa’Jazz’


Baptisia
‘Purple Smoke’

Tulipa ‘Lilac Wonder’

Polygonatumx hybridum


Allium ‘Purple Sensation’


In the Terrace Garden

Phlox douglasii ‘Cracker Jack’

Aubrietia ‘Purple Cascade’

Veronica peduncularis ‘Georgia Blue’


In the Knot Garden

Iris germanica ‘Immortality’

Anemone multifida ‘Annabelle White’

Aquilegia flabellata ‘Alba’

Anemone sylvestris ‘Snowdrop’


In the President’s Choice Show Garden

Paeonia suffruticosa ‘Feng Dian Bai’


Nature’s Garden

Cercis canadensis

Aquilegia canadensis

Camassia leichtlinii

Syringa ‘Bailbelle’

In the Water Garden

Geum coccineum ‘Werner Arends’


In the Westview Terrace

Helleborus foetidus

Cercis canadensis’Alba’

Viburnum x burkwoodii

Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’


In the Garden Hall Courtyard

Trollius laxus

Gentiana wutaiensis

Trollius x cultorum ‘Cheddar’


In the Kitchen Garden

Various types of Clematis are climbing up the Kitchen Garden fence.

Clematis

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Sandra Pella about the author: Sandra Pella

Sandra Pella has worked as Head Gardener of the Toronto Botanical Garden since 2008. She holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario, and upon graduation worked in the financial sector until the pull of plants was too much to resist, whereupon she found herself at Janet Anderson Perennials (formerly JEA Perennials) as a horticultural technician. She has been the Perennial Manager at Summerhill Nursery & Floral followed by the Assistant Horticulturist at the TBG prior to its renovation. Sandra worked as a Gardener for two seasons with the City of Toronto as well as seasonal Gardener for the TBG prior to being named Head Gardener. She is self-taught in the field and thus greatly appreciated the experience a gardening internship in 2009 at Great Dixter in the UK brought to her. Sandra has a regular What’s In Bloom blog and is one of the spokespeople for the TBG.

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