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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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Welcome to Spring! The warming sun feels good, the trees and shrubs are budding, young and tender green shoots are poking up through the soil. A fresh new gardening season is before us. Are you thinking about all the things you want to do with your outdoor living spaces? This spring give yourself the opportunity [...]
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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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Florissa’s Easy Layer Container for Fall 2018 - Feature

Florissa’s Easy Layer Container for Fall 2018

Make the most of small garden spaces and containers. If this is you’re first time planting bulbs, this project is super-easy to do, and it’s often called “Spring Bulb Layering.” Florissa’s draw this week features bulbs that can be planted up in containers in layers. Please continue to read on for the how-to step by [...]
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Garden Accents: Anemones - Feature

Garden Accents: Anemones

Charming Anemones are easy to grow and once you do, you’ll discover they’re a fantastic addition to your garden. Gorgeous all on their own or arrange them among other flowers in a spring bouquet and they add a finishing touch. Once you’re acquainted, you’ll want to plant more and more of them. Commonly known as [...]
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Fundraising Just Got Way Easier- Feature

Fundraising Just Got Way Easier …

Florissa Fundraisers have been helping people support the causes they believe in for over 20 years, and we’re excited to announce we’re taking our fundraising programs online. With our new web-based fundraising platform you can say goodbye to paper brochures, money handling, and master order forms. We build each fundraising group their own mini “shoppable” [...]
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Feed the Pollinators - Feature

Spring Flowering & Pollinator Friendly Bulbs

Support pollinators next spring by planting ‘Feed the Pollinators’ collections this fall. Florissa’s introduction of two new special collections offer a spring season’s worth of blooms to boost the nectar rich food sources for pollinators while enhancing the beauty of your garden. In early to mid-spring, from the moment they awaken, pollinators are foraging for [...]
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New for Fall 2018 - Florissa's Choice - Feature

New for Fall 2018 – Florissa’s Choice

COMING SOON to a local garden centre near you! Check out these Fall 2018 Attractions! It’s never too early to start planning your spring garden, especially when Florissa makes it easy with the introduction of these spectacular new Colourful Companions. Leave the guesswork behind, Colourful Companions combine varieties that are complimentary in colour, height, and [...]
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Get Growing - Bare Root Perennials and Summer Flowering Bulbs

Get Growing! Bare Root Perennials and Summer Flowering Bulbs

Timing is everything when it comes to planting bare root perennials and summer flowering bulbs, and while it’s still too chilly to plant directly into the garden, you can get started with containers. Give yourself the opportunity to shop early for the best selection. Establishing young plants in containers helps you better control the growing [...]
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