Plant of the Week
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These plants will make your garden beautiful while being easier to care for. Each week we highlight a different plants or varieties.
These hardy #herbaceous #perennials are easy to grow and are popular in any #garden space.  #Hostas are beautiful #plants that come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.  They’re shade tolerant plants, which are more often grown for their #foliage then their #flowers.  Read more here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-june-7-2012-hostas

Hosta (Hostaceae) – Shade tolerant plants These hardy herbaceous perennials are easy to grow and are popular in any garden space. Hostas are beautiful plants that come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.

The University of Saskatchewan’s Dr. Bob Bors and Rick Sawatsky created and released a successful series of hardy dwarf sour #cherries that can be grown in the #prairies.  The #Romeo, #Juliet, #Valentine, #Crimson #Passion and #Cupid are all apart of the #Romance series.  Find out more here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-june-14-2012-romance-series-cherries

Plant of the Week - June 2012 Romance Series Cherries

#Privacy by #planting.  #Cedars make a great #plant if you want to block the neighbors away very quickly.  This dense, rich #evergreen can be used in numerous applications.  From #boarders and #hedges to providing dimension and height variances to #topiary applications, cedars are a definite staple for every #landscape.  Read more about this variety here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-august-30-2012-cedararborvitae

Plant of the Week - August 2012 Cedar/Arborvitae

The perfect #rose is captivating.  There is nothing equal to the dramatic #blooms, amazing color and the rich #foliage of a rose.  Roses are very easy to enjoy, but how easy are they to grow and maintain in Canada?  Find out here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-june-28-2012-roses

Canadian Rose Introductions The perfect rose is captivating. There is nothing equal to the dramatic blooms, amazing color and the rich foliage of a rose. Roses are very easy to enjoy, but how easy are they to grow and maintain in Canada?

#Spirea has an all season interest and will look fantastic in any residential #design.  It is a deciduous #shrub that will be bare in the winter but adds a nice display in the fall with #foliage colors or bright orange and red.  The spirea #blooms a distinctive #flower a lot like yarrow.  Read more here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-august-2-2012-spirea

Plant of the Week - August 2012 Spirea

#Stonecrop/Sedums come in any shapes and sizes, but what they all have in common is that they are #succulents, soft almost #cactus-like #foliage, #blooms and #flowers.  It’s a great #plant to enjoy for it’s #ornamental values.  #Sedums are an absolute first class #perennial that you will enjoy growing in your garden with exciting and promising splendor to enjoy in your #garden.  Read more about this variety here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-september-6-2012-stonecropsedum

Plant of the Week - September 2012 Stonecrop/Sedum

Weigela is a beautiful #ornamental #shrub with colorful multi-clusters of flowers, making it a great addition to your garden landscape.  There's a multitude of new varieties that display flamboyant #foliage in shades of gold, green, white and #rose for a season-long spectacle of arching stems covered in bell-shape #flowers, from late #spring to early #summer.  Read more about this variety here http://www.bylands.com/blog-entry/plant-week-september-20-2012-weigela

Plant of the Week - September 2012 Weigela

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