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Canada Blooms: Design Gone Wild

Canada Blooms: Design Gone Wild

The garden and floral designers at Canada Blooms 2014 have gone wild! But that is just fine because Wild! is the theme of Canada's largest floral and garden festival this year. For three days last...

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Paul’s Plant Pick: A Feeding Frenzy!

Paul’s Plant Pick: A Feeding Frenzy!

Having spent the last 15 days setting up and being at Canada Blooms, I have had little opportunity for my routine walks through the TBG gardens. So on Monday morning I was amazed to see the changes...

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Aldona at Large: Buckets of Fun

Aldona at Large: Buckets of Fun

Canada Blooms sap bucket display created by Quebec’s Reford Gardens (Jardin des Métis) Never mind the calendar, the gardeners’ spring has officially sprung. Brave bulbs are pushing their...

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Wild About Design: Design Ideas From Canada Blooms

Wild About Design: Design Ideas From Canada Blooms

I always look forward to mid-March, despite the unpredictable weather and the feeling that winter will never end. For me, the perfect tonic to all that is Canada Blooms. Last week I  helped plant...

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It’s show time! And <i>Helleborus niger</i> ‘Maximus’ ready for its close-up.

It’s show time! And Helleborus niger ‘Maximus’ ready for its close-up.

After months of winter, the days are getting longer and the temperature finally feels like it is on the rise. Could spring be in the air? Well, based on all the chatter and music from the singing...

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Aldona at Large: Sure Signs of Spring

Aldona at Large: Sure Signs of Spring

The snow is almost gone from my garden, melting away to reveal such treasures as these snowdrops (other “treasures,” such as the long-buried dog poop, are considerably less picturesque). The air...

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Aldona at Large: Slow Off the Mark

Aldona at Large: Slow Off the Mark

Winterberry (Ilex verticillata). Happy New Year! Too much holiday food, fun and family can play havoc not only with your waistline, but also with your work ethic. Maybe that’s the reason why...

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Visit us at Canada Blooms

Visit us at Canada Blooms

March 16 through 25, 2012 at the Direct Energy Centre  Celebrating this year's theme, "CityCulture", the Toronto Botanical Garden is proud to host its inaugural speaker series on the Unilock...

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