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>In the Garden Hall Courtyard you will find:
Anemone x hybrida ‘Robustissima’ (Grapeleaf Anemone), a shorter variety with strong flowering ability late into fall.


In the Show Garden North:
Dahlia ‘Granny Norman’ (Medium semi-cactus Dahlia). With the change in season, dahlias at the TBG show spectacular blooms and colour.

Also in the Show Garden North:
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Phantom’ (Pee Gee Hydrangea), featured once before and now turning colour for late summer/ early fall display. Great for cutting.

In the Entry Garden:
Panicum virgatum ‘Cloud Nine’ (Switch Grass), a great specimen providing a stunning focal point in the garden.

Also in the Entry Garden:
Pennisetum alopecuroiudes ‘Cassian’ (Fountain Grass), a beautiful clump-forming grass that provides flowers through till winter

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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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