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3 Steps to Growing Garlic

Growing garlic is rewarding and easy! With minimal effort, you can grow a bounty of tasty garlic that can be used for months. Homegrown garlic is a perfect addition to your favorite recipes. Garlic comes in a wide variety of sizes and flavours. Types of garlic range from ‘Regular White’ to the purple-striped spicy ‘Russian [...]
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Why Pollinator Gardens are Important, and How to Build One

Why Should I Welcome Pollinators into My Garden? Is it important to attract bees and butterflies into your garden? By welcoming bees, butterflies, and other pollinators, you are paying attention to the overall health and strength of your garden. Bees pollinate as they go from flower to flower. While visiting flowers in your garden, bees [...]
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Planting the Best Fall Flowering and Early Spring Garden

What Should I Plant in the Fall? There are many spring blooms such as daffodils and tulips, beautiful lilies and dahlias flower in the summer. But what about fall and in early spring when the ground is only beginning to thaw? There are bulbs you can plant in the fall to extend the blooming period [...]
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Spring 2020 Draw!

Spring is Almost Here! The days are getting longer, spring flowers are emerging from the soil, and now is the time to start thinking about your summer garden. What do you have in mind? Maybe some dazzling dahlias, luscious lilies, precious peonies or gorgeous gladiolus! Whatever kind of garden you have in mind, Florissa is [...]
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2020’s Pick for Hosta and Perennial of the Year!

Looking for Something New for Your Garden? Every year two outstanding perennials are showcased in the world of horticulture. This year, Hosta ‘Dancing Queen’ wins the title of Hosta of the Year, and Aralia ‘Sun King’ is honored with the award of Perennial of the Year. These two varieties are exceedingly worthy of these accolades. [...]
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Classic Blue and Your Garden

Classic Blue: Pantone Colour of the Year ‘Classic Blue’ is the Pantone 2020 Colour of the Year. Everything from fashion, home, design and yes, gardening are influenced by Classic Blue this year. This blue is said to be representative of the sky at dusk. A sky that anticipates the day ahead, and all the wonders [...]
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Peony Basics

Grow Beautiful Peonies! Luscious soft and airy blooms with sublime fragrance, peonies are popular with just about everyone.  A gardener’s dream plant, they’ve been in cultivation for over 200 years and are exceptionally long-lived.  It’s not uncommon to hear of a peony plant celebrating 100 years or more in a garden landscape.  They are vigorous, [...]
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Giant Bulbs for the Late Spring Garden - Feature

Giant Bulbs for the Late Spring Garden

The late spring garden transitions towards the full blooms of summer. Include a few of these spring flowering bulbs in your fall planting and your garden will continue to flower on the heels of spring’s prime time bloomers. Often called ‘bridge’ plants, these varieties are gentle, towering giants that offer exceptional beauty and striking border [...]
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Spring Bulbs - Small and Tiny Fairy Garden Favourites - Hero

Spring Bulbs: Small and Tiny Fairy Garden Favourites

Bring spring to your smaller or even tiny fairy garden scapes? These little dynamos produce a treasure trove of flowers. They are ideal for containers, rock gardens, edging for borders, or thriving under trees and shrubs. They’ll stand out in your garden with thrilling details and compliment other larger spring blooming beauties like tulips and [...]
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Fall 2018: Deer Resistant Bulbs - Feature

Fall 2018: Deer Resistant Bulbs

Signs of deer nipping at tender plants in the garden can tug at the heartstrings. It can also inspire gardeners to plant for deer resistance as well as beauty. Deer naturally avoid what they find distasteful and Florissa offers the best selection of deer resistant bulbs. Check out this Fall’s NEW deer resistant varieties – [...]
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