From gardens in Calgary, Southern Alberta, Canada to gardens in Red Deer in Central Alberta, Canada to gardens in Lansing in Upstate New York, USA. On to gardens by Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada and Rural Connecticut, U.S.A. Add the gardens throughout the world travelled to near and far. Children, children never contrary,
how does a garden grow, with droplets of rain and loving care and and grandchildren all in a row.
This Flowering Bush grows on the west side of the house beside the front deck here in Norglenwold, Alberta. Yesterday we spent several hours cleaning out underneath it and pruning back deadwood and unwanted branches. More research is needed to see if it is a flowering almond or a double flowering plum.
This iris was planted in Norglenwold at Sylvan Lake in April 2016 in the flower bed at the front of the house with a west exposure. Our neighbor Pat kindly gave us this when she split her plant. Un grand merci.
These three Feather Reed Grass Plants were planted in Norglenwold at Sylvan Lake in April 2016 in a flower bed at the front of the house with a west exposure.
The Feather Reed Grass was selected as perennial plant of the year for 2001. This grass performs well in a wide range of climates, remains attractive for months on end, and is not invasive in any way. Clumps are strongly upright, with dark green leaves. Soft feathery green plumes appear in summer, maturing into stiff wheat-coloured spikes, which last into winter.