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Director of #Horticulture, Paul #Zammit highlights plants at the #Toronto Botanical #Garden that are worth a second look...and perhaps you might try them in your garden too.

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Desperate for a sign of spring, I’ve been carefully combing the gardens at work and at home for any indication of the coming season. University Of Washington, Spring Sign, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Seattle, Beds, Urban, Star, Inspiration

Paul's Plant Picks: Could it be? - Toronto Botanical Garden

Desperate for a sign of spring, I’ve been carefully combing the gardens at work and at home for any indication of the coming season. It’s...

Anemone Pretty Lady Diana - lovely vivid colour and compact habit New Star, Lady Diana, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Pretty Woman, Vivid Colors, Compact, Bright, Seasons

Paul's Plant Pick: A Bright New Star in our Garden - Toronto Botanical Garden

Although I have traditionally not been a big fan of the colour pink in the garden, I confess that I was immediately drawn to Anemone...

Paul's Plant Picks: One of the many shining spring stars in the gardens, Narcissi 'Rip Van Winkle' - Toronto Botanical Garden Rip Van Winkle, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Sunny Days, Toronto, Bloom, Gardening, Stars, Spring

Paul's Plant Picks: One of the many shining spring stars in the gardens, Narcissi 'Rip Van Winkle' - Toronto Botanical Garden

The recent warm temperatures and bright sunny days have resulted in an explosion of blooms throughout the gardens. There are new surprises to delight with...

Viburnum farreri ‘Nanum’ is currently budding at the edge of the Westview Terrace on the walk toward the Kitchen garden. Highbush Cranberry, Trees And Shrubs, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Terrace, Things To Come, Bloom, Kitchen, Plants

Paul's Plant Picks: Anticipating things to come… - Toronto Botanical Garden

Personally, I get very excited watching the buds of trees and shrubs slowly swell, expand and eventually burst into blooms. Viburnum farreri ‘Nanum’ is currently...

helleborus 'champion' Spring Sign, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Champion, Therapy, Star, Flowers, Plants, Inspiration

Paul's Plant Picks: Could it be? - Toronto Botanical Garden

Desperate for a sign of spring, I’ve been carefully combing the gardens at work and at home for any indication of the coming season. It’s...

As both night and daytime temperatures continue to cool, the garden reveals yet another of its features; an abundance of fall fruit and berries. Fall Fruits, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Berries, Gardening, Seasons, Plants, Inspiration, Biblical Inspiration

Paul's Plant Pick: A Fruit-full Season - Toronto Botanical Garden

As both night and daytime temperatures continue to cool, the garden reveals yet another of its features; an abundance of fall fruit and berries. This...

Magnolia coloured seeds and unusual pods Magnolia Colors, Fall Fruits, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Garden Inspiration, Berries, Seeds, Stuffed Peppers, Seasons

Paul's Plant Pick: A Fruit-full Season - Toronto Botanical Garden

As both night and daytime temperatures continue to cool, the garden reveals yet another of its features; an abundance of fall fruit and berries. This...

Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa) on Allium ‘Millenium’ Allium ‘Millenium’ piqued my interest back in May when we received about 20 plants for our an. Allium, Cloak, Horticulture, Botanical Gardens, Plants, Inspiration, Biblical Inspiration, Mantle, Plant

Paul's Plant Picks: Alliums Continue to Shine - Toronto Botanical Garden

Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa) on Allium ‘Millenium’ Allium ‘Millenium’ piqued my interest back in May when we received about 20 plants for our annual TBG...