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Some of the beautiful summer flowers we have in the cooler today.

Some of the beautiful summer flowers we have in the cooler today.

A shot of some summer flowers in our cooler today.

A shot of some summer flowers in our cooler today.

Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow - produces variegated cream, lime, and green flowers (bracts) with the cooler months bringing shades of red, pink, and orange to the foliage.  2' h x w, zones 5-9.  full sun-partial shade.  Early spring - early summer flowering.

Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow - produces variegated cream, lime, and green flowers (bracts) with the cooler months bringing shades of red, pink, and orange to the foliage. 2' h x w, zones 5-9. full sun-partial shade. Early spring - early summer flowering.

Fusias:  Fuchsias thrive in cooler climates.  Fuchsias are among the world’s favourite plants and have been a feature in our Victorian gardens for years. In cool climates, fuchsias are as tough as old boots. Today’s hybrids are far removed from the native plants and are bred for large flowers and leaves and a dense, weeping habit that makes them both thirsty and susceptible to fungal problems.

Fusias: Fuchsias thrive in cooler climates. Fuchsias are among the world’s favourite plants and have been a feature in our Victorian gardens for years. In cool climates, fuchsias are as tough as old boots. Today’s hybrids are far removed from the native plants and are bred for large flowers and leaves and a dense, weeping habit that makes them both thirsty and susceptible to fungal problems.

The Quaker botanist and naturalist John Bartram of Philadelphia first discovered this tree in 1760 on the banks of the Altamaha River in Georgia. Fifteen years later his son William, a noted plant explorer in his own right, collected seeds and today all trees in cultivation stem from the original Bartram collection. The Franklin tree has not been reported in the wild since 1804. Bartram named it for “that Patron of the sciences and truly great and distinguished character, Dr. Benjamin…

The Quaker botanist and naturalist John Bartram of Philadelphia first discovered this tree in 1760 on the banks of the Altamaha River in Georgia. Fifteen years later his son William, a noted plant explorer in his own right, collected seeds and today all trees in cultivation stem from the original Bartram collection. The Franklin tree has not been reported in the wild since 1804. Bartram named it for “that Patron of the sciences and truly great and distinguished character, Dr. Benjamin…

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Buy Centaurea Amethyst Dream Perennial Plants Online. Garden Crossings Online Garden Center offers a large selection of Bachelor Button Plants. Shop our Online Perennial catalog today!

We love the work of Christine Cater Floral & Event Design so when we came across this ethereal setting on Big Sur we had to share!  Halfway between Cambria and Big Sur proper is a small ridge called Point 16 which is a spectacular ceremony site with unrivaled views of the Big Sur coast and the …

We love the work of Christine Cater Floral & Event Design so when we came across this ethereal setting on Big Sur we had to share! Halfway between Cambria and Big Sur proper is a small ridge called Point 16 which is a spectacular ceremony site with unrivaled views of the Big Sur coast and the …

Watermelon is one of the popular fruits during the summer. Instead of serving the regular watermelon, how about making some fun treats that look like watermelons? How cute are these watermelon rice krispy slices! They are crispy, crunchy and will certainly surprise your guests. They are super easy and fun to …

Watermelon is one of the popular fruits during the summer. Instead of serving the regular watermelon, how about making some fun treats that look like watermelons? How cute are these watermelon rice krispy slices! They are crispy, crunchy and will certainly surprise your guests. They are super easy and fun to …

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