Posts Tagged ‘cut flowers’

January – A month of reflection

Posted on: January 31st, 2017 by Trillium Art

Happy New Year my gardening friends!  I hope the first month of 2017 has been a good one for you.  First let me thank each and every one of you, for your support in 2016!  I had the pleasure of meeting and working with some new design clients, creating some wonderful spaces at their homes.  […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Torch Ginger Flower (Etlingera)

Posted on: March 2nd, 2016 by Trillium Art

It may be a snowy day here with a chilly wind, but with the glorious sunshine, I’m thinking of warmer days!  Flash back to last August when my family found ourselves in the Montreal area.  It was a warm summer day in the late afternoon when that special light holds the magic of twilight.  I was […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Globe Thistle (Echinops ritro)

Posted on: August 19th, 2015 by Trillium Art

We are enjoying the many visitors to our garden this summer.  The finches are flashing their glorious yellow mating colours and a young family of cardinals have been busy in the feeder.  Not to be outdone, the four-legged visitors have been very active too!  The groundhog is busy eating the fallen apples and the bunnies […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Echibeckia Summerina Yellow

Posted on: August 12th, 2015 by Trillium Art

When reading about new plants and looking at the media photos in magazines and online, it’s exciting to think about why they were created and how they will look in the garden.  It is usually during the cold winter months and damp early spring when I see these articles and start dreaming about gardening again.  […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Pistachio Hydrangea

Posted on: August 5th, 2015 by Trillium Art

This is definitely the season for Hydrangeas!  Mid-summer is when they really start to shine.  I have been working on our front garden, an extension of the porch – my favourite outdoor room.  This receives late afternoon sunshine which makes it the perfect spot for a quiet cup of tea at the end of the […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Honorine Jobert Japanese Anemone

Posted on: October 2nd, 2013 by Trillium Art

Hello October!  The incredible weather this fall seems to be encouraging all sorts of beautiful colours in our gardens and throughout the countryside. Parts of the garden are starting to wind down, but don’t give up on the flowers just yet. There are many plants that are still full of life this time of year. […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Prairie Sun Gloriosa Daisy (Rudbeckia)

Posted on: September 4th, 2013 by Trillium Art

Welcome to September! This member of the black-eyed susan family has been hard at work all summer blooming through my neglected garden. It’s showy yellow blooms can be seen even through the weeds! The Prairie Sun Gloriosa Daisy is most often used as an annual in container plantings. It is a short-lived perennial lasting only […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Trumpet Pink Snapdragon (Antirrhimum)

Posted on: August 21st, 2013 by Trillium Art

There were shades of colour as far as your eye could see during the Open House yesterday at the Guelph Trial Gardens located at the Guelph Turfgrass Institute. I re-acquainted myself with the perennials that I had seen during my visit last year and was delighted to see several new additions (more to come in […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Fairy’s Petticoat Peony (Paeonia)

Posted on: June 19th, 2013 by Trillium Art

Peonies are definitely a traditional garden favourite found in many older, established gardens. This perennial is stunning in bloom with flowers ranging from delicate singles, semi-double, Japanese, to large and full doubles. The shades of these flowers cover the spectrum from pure white and pink to a beautiful deep red. Tree peonies are woody, deciduous […]

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday :: Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia)

Posted on: February 6th, 2013 by Trillium Art

Another beautiful tropical flower to brighten a cold, winter’s day!  The bird of paradise is an extremely popular flower.  It is eagerly sought after for arrangements and bouquets, however, it’s a bit tricky to grow yourself unless you have the ideal conditions. There are five different varieties and all have different characteristics such as form, […]

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