Jostaberry plants are large, vigorous and hardy, needing some space – maybe try on the perimeter of a veggie garden?
Spring Bloomer One of the earliest flowering plants in the garden, Hellebores or Lenten Rose are a true herald of spring. In my garden they flower for weeks in April and May and I just adore them! The flowers of Spanish Flare are exquisite – large 3” diameter, soft yellow with maroon centres – a real beauty. In addition to their great early flower… Read More
I couldn’t resist bringing in a new Bidens for 2021! Pretty in Pink™ adds a brand new colour tone to the other yellow and orange varieties of Bidens commonly available. This annual thrives in full sun and will delight with dainty pretty pink flowers all summer. Like its orange and yellow cousins, it will intermingle with other plants, such as Supertunias, Verbenas and Superbells… Read More
Plants are ever bearing and will continue producing showy red flowers and fruit all summer.
As with all Echinaceas, Lakota Fire is easy to grow.
Calibrachoas are such great garden performers that they have long been one of our staples for baskets and planters.
Grow your own bouquets this summer! As most of you know, the Flower Farm was originally established in 1993 to grow flowers for cutting and drying. Over the years, as our business evolved and priorities changed, we stopped the field production (2001) and started selling transplants for customers to grow their own at home. Flowers should be planted in full sun in either a… Read More
Check out the pictures of the 8 hanging baskets, with their designers and new owners. Congratulations to all the winners and designers!
Swiss Chard, Kale, Arugula and Lettuce The health benefits of eating plenty of leafy green veggies have been well proven. As usual, we have grown a good selection of transplants this year, all of which are easy to grow and can be planted out when it is still cool. Just find a sunny spot in the garden with good soil. All veggies will benefit… Read More
Arctic Fire Dogwood provides bright winter interest against the snow in the winter and early spring.