Despite the never ending winter, I have officially got the itch to plant something. Canadale Nurseries in St. Thomas was my fix of choice this weekend as they had an advertised Spring Garden Show on. The show itself was much ado about nothing - mostly just some local landscape companies with an 8x8 display, but I will chalk it up to their first year with such an event and hope the next one is better. While there though I did pick up on some cool things. I love Scotch Pine topiary. I loved it as soon as I saw it but the price quickly brought me back to my senses - it can be yours for a mere $800.00. I guess when you think of how long somebody has worked at this it is not a horrible price, but out of my humble price range.
I also noticed that there are a lot of succulents out for this year - the new trend I guess. They had some cool ways to display them that I might try; I especially like the concrete birdbath idea.
Hanging basket of succulents
Concrete birdbath with succulents
About 1/10 of the succulent selection out already
All in all in was good to scratch the itch, even if just on the surface...I think I also picked out the plants for our porch container; 1 New Zealand Flax, 1 Leatherleaf Sedge, 1 Ivory Prince Hellebore, 1 Harts Tongue Fern, 1 Autumn Fern and 3 Angelina Sedum.
Welcome to my blog. Here I have tried to capture the adventures of our little family and the trials and tribulations of our never ending garden project(s). Take a look around and leave a comment if you wish. Thanks for stopping by. Jer.