27 May 2015
11 May 2015
Back in March 2013 I wrote an article (Impatiens Downy Mildew) about the downy mildew disease which has been devastating impatiens. There is still no cure and you'll likely not find Impatiens Walleriana in the greenhouses this year either. Your best bet is to substitute the impatiens with a variety that is resistant such as New Guinea Impatiens (impatiens x hawkin) or substitute with another shade loving plant. Pansies, sweet alyssum, forget me nots, begonias, ageratum, fuchsia, caladiums, and coleus are a few you may want to consider instead.
|Fuchsia in a hanging basket offers an enormous pop of colour in the shade.|
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10 May 2015
06 May 2015
Last month the Enjoy Centre of St. Albert, Alberta hosted the annual Orchid Show and Sale. The following are highlights I captured of the day.
|Pretty in pink|
|My favourite of the "orchid gardens" this year.|
|This lovely arrangement is similar to those my son will have for his wedding this summer.|
|Cute with an oriental theme. I love the Japanese Maple!|