The distinctive look of Japanese gardens is easy to recognize but difficult to achieve. Full of symbols that convey the philosophy of Zen Buddhism, Japanese gardens are meant to be both a visual and spiritual experience. The three main elements of Japanese gardens are trees and shrubs, water and stones. […]
Bearded Iris. Hardness: Zone 2. This is beautiful perennial with easy maintenance habits. Perfectly suited for full sun to partly shade very many Bearded Irises will brighten up the garden. It grows up to 60-120 cm and blooms in late spring to early summer with blue, purple, yellow or white flowers. The foliage consist […]
Now is a good time to divide large clumps of delphiniums, daylilies and peonies if they are too big in your perennial garden. New beds and boarders can be planned and prepared as well. You may add compost and mature that will provoke next year bloom. Organic matter brings important […]
If you’ve had a routine of planting colorful annuals every spring and summer and are starting to think that all that money and planting is getting to be too much, you are ready for perennials. Perennials return to grow and rebloom every season in your garden, meaning you only have […]
Every time quoting a project the landscape specialist want to know the answers for list of questions. They are good starting point for any dialogue between client and landscape designer. So the work gets off to the right start and ends up appealing for the short and long term. […]
Choosing waterwise plants that not only grow and thrive in Calgary’s short growing season, but also able to survive cold winter temperatures, drying winds and limited snow cover. Only plants labelled Zone 2 or 3 consistently hardy enough to survive year after year in Calgary. Make plant selection based on […]
Winterize your yard and garden according with Calgary Bylaw Regulations.
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Recommendation for lawn care for Calgary region.
Fall is a good time to plant fruit trees; winter rain ensures the roots do not dry out. Planting the tree at correct level is important. If it too high, roots may dry out; too deep and the bark on the stem collar may rot, leading to the death of […]