The first signs of spring are upon us, and we hope you're just as excited as we are to get out into the garden! After a long winter you may not want to wait until spring to add some colour to your outdoor spaces. No problem! You can use forced bulbs and other early blooming annuals to add colour and
Do you want to add a touch of elegance to your small outdoor space? Or maybe you just don't have the room in your garden for a rose bush. No problem! You can grow roses in containers, and they will look beautiful. In this blog post, we will discuss how to plant roses in containers and choose the right container
Spring is coming and so is summer bulb and perennial planting season. It’s time to think about dahlias, peonies, anemones and gladiolus. With so many different varieties, colours, shapes and sizes, you can build a garden suited to your unique taste. Check out the amazing new varieties. Interested in trying some new dahlias? New this season is ‘Fairway Spur’ and ‘Star’s
Often gifted at housewarmings, Gloxinias make spectacular houseplants during winter months. However, they will easily make the move from indoors to outdoors in the summer, especially if you start growing the tubers in late February to early March. Gloxinias boast large, velvety leaves and their abundant cup-shaped blossoms in rich hues make for a perfect table centerpiece at summer BBQs.
The best time of year to start your begonias is February through to March. Begonias are ideal for containers and are available in several different forms: single, double, upright or cascading, rose form or fringed.