This past September, I attended The Garden Bloggers Fling in Philadelphia. Philadelphia was an amazing choice for the 2023 Fling. Featuring 38 public gardens over 30 square miles, Philadelphia is truly a gardener’s dream destination. The first stop on our 2023 Fling in Philadelphia was Longwood Gardens. A public garden started in the 1800s by …Read more About “Behind the Scenes at Longwood Gardens”
As we anxiously await Spring, are you dreaming of new garden centres and locations for gardening inspiration? Well, we have a location for you on this episode of Down the Garden Path. Whistling Gardens is a Garden Center and Botanical Gardens, in Wilsonville, Ontario. Owner and creator, Darren Heimbecker joins us to tell us all that …Read more About “Whistling Gardens”
“DOWN THE GARDEN PATH” RADIO SHOW… Join me as I chat with Jim Charlier about the largest garden tour in America! It is a free tour of over 400 Buffalo gardens held annually on the last weekend in July. We discuss the history of the Walk and tips for enjoying the weekend. Learn more here.
I was lucky enough to visit the Evergreen Brick Works and learn about its fascinating history for a few hours this past summer. It was a stop during my Garden Blogger Fling. I thought I would share a bit about it since I think it would be a wonderful place to visit in the winter …Read more About “Evergreen Brick Works”
“DOWN THE GARDEN PATH” RADIO SHOW… This week I discuss the question: what are gardeners and plant lovers to do in the middle of winter? Well, explore some gems in the heart of the city! I talk about a few interesting places to visit like the Evergreen Brick Works to get back to nature and …Read more About “What Are Gardeners And Plant Lovers To Do In The Middle Of Winter?”
On a recent trip to Italy I was amazed at the way the Italians fill their small spaces with plants. Enjoy these incredible photos!
The 2015 Garden Bloggers Conference was a whirlwind trip around the GTA looking at 30 plus gardens. One of the highlights for me was all the different containers that were scattered throughout the tour. Here are some inspiring photos of containers and their use in different garden settings. The photos are about the actual container …Read more About “2015 Garden Bloggers Fling”
I have to admit I thought Canada Blooms was more about water, rocks and walls than it was about the gardens this year. Once again water played a large part in alot of the booths. How about making the eaves trough (a necessary evil) an interesting focal point? We would all love garden furniture …Read more About “Water, Rocks And Walls At Canada Blooms 2015”
“DOWN THE GARDEN PATH” RADIO SHOW… This week my guest is Stanley Genadek, Landscape Contractor and business owner. Stan has his own podcast, Landscape Business Pro Podcast | Landscaping & Excavating Business Advice where he focuses on contractor education in all aspects of their business. Switching gears and helping consumers, Stan shares with us some …Read more About “Practical Tips In Finding And Hiring The Right Contractor”
If you cannot wait for spring and are anxious for the tropics without the airfare, then try a trip to Allan Gardens in Toronto. This tropical wonderland is close and free to visit. You won’t regret it. Hours of Operation: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm every day Admission: Free. Wheelchair accessible. …Read more About “Allan Gardens Conservatory in Toronto, Ontario”