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Vertical Gardening

Go Vertical! Looking for new ideas for your garden? Curious about alternatives on where and how to grow plants? Vertical gardening is a popular trend in the world of gardening. The ability to add creativity, design, form and function into a garden space, it’s not hard to see why this method is rising in popularity. [...]
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Extra Time on Your Hands?

Spring Has Arrived! Spend some extra time outdoors! With the arrival of spring, enjoy some solitude and soak up the sunshine that graces our gardens. Now is the perfect time to relax and unwind in the company of crisp spring air and sprouting garden friends. Grab a jacket, a warm cup of tea or coffee, [...]
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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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New Summer Blooms!

New for Your Garden Exciting new varieties from Florissa coming soon to a garden centre near you! We have beautiful new Colourful Companions that pair complementary with varieties in your garden. In addition, we have a gorgeous range of dahlias, lilies, and also fruit! Experience amazing blooms from summer through fall. 'Summer Fiesta' ‘Summer Fiesta’ [...]
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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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Canadian Liberator

Canadian Liberator Canadian Liberator is a stunning red tulip which is being used to create awareness and remembrance for a very important moment in history. In 1945, Canadian forces were an integral part of the liberation of Europe at the end of World War II and spring 2020 marks 75 years since the end of [...]
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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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Time to Plant Garlic - Feature

Time to Plant Garlic

Fresh, firm and plump, growing garlic at home is easy and rewarding. Just follow these simple steps for fall planting and next spring, when you see garlic sprouts pushing up through the soil you’ll know that you’ve got a jump start on a gourmet harvest. When Garlic is best planted in the fall and allowed [...]
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Hyacinths - Spring is in the Air - Feature

Hyacinths: Spring is in the Air

Ever watch a hyacinth come into bloom? Each floret, held close to the main stalk, unfolds one by one taking on colour, until the many flowers become one delightful floral stem. Just a hint of their intoxicating sweet fragrance lets you know that spring’s in the air. Hyacinths originate from a highly fragrant, wild blue [...]
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