Gardening blog entries tagged with 'hydrangea'

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"A Way To Grow" Video Series #9: Plants With Benefits! Juniper, Ivy, Hydrangea and A Tree You Can Tap!"

12-08-2012 02:08 PM by Shirley Bovshow "Eden Maker" | 3 comments »

Look deeper into the benefits that certain plants offer other than just beauty or utility. Ari, Emma and garden expert, Shirley Bovshow explore the wonderful benefits offered by well known plants, junipers, ivy, hydrangea in this short and entertaining video! Find out which one flavors your gin, combats cellulite, which is the “survivor” of the plant world, and a common tree that you can tap for water in a survival moment!

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more vignettes from my garden + new plants...LOTS OF PICTURES

08-17-2009 10:13 AM by mario1360 | 9 comments »

Hi folks, its me again…..dying to share these beauties with you…. a new hardy geranium : Starman this PLUMBAGO is so impressive, what a delightful blue hue: lovely container with impatiens : tropical MANDEVILLA is blooming and a wonderful perfume too : more impatiens: more impatiens : i purchased this hibiscus late so i dont think it will flower this year, i will remove it from the container and plant it right there….. nice...

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misc flowerings...

08-11-2009 12:16 PM by mario1360 | 7 comments »

I have this huge Plumbago plant, since I dont get too much sun where its at it does not flower much but the ones that do come are spectacular, a nice light blue : this grandiflora hydrangea was so sickley when I planted it 2 years ago, bought from Ottawa Canadian Tire for $2, now its beautiful, cant wait for it to mature and be seen from the back deck… I thought I had lost this pink double coneflower but its peeking through the beebalm, thats great news….especially s...

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Our Outing, Yesterday

06-10-2009 05:44 AM by MsDebbieP | 21 comments »

June 10/09 Yesterday, Rick and I went to London to pick something up from Lee Valley. Prior to leaving I scanned the latest Lee Valley Gardening catalogue to see if there was anything that I “needed”. One thing that I saw was a Plant Wheel. I liked the idea of having a quick visual of “tall, medium, short” plants at my fingertips. But I really didn’t want to pay $9 for something I could find out with a little time and research. I was also interested in the li...

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