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Traditional Perennial - Angus Lands / Glenna Partridge Garden Design

Traditional Perennial - Angus Lands / Glenna Partridge Garden Design

Beauty and Order: Square perennial and vegetable beds demarked with potted boxwood topiaries snuggle up to a bluestone patio in the backyard.

Beauty and Order: Square perennial and vegetable beds demarked with potted boxwood topiaries snuggle up to a bluestone patio in the backyard.

Erysimum 'Winter Orchid' is my new favourite plant, which I now have in pots outside my back door. It flowers almost all year - honestly - and unlike traditional perennial wallflowers, its flowers are scented like the biennial forms.

Erysimum 'Winter Orchid' is my new favourite plant, which I now have in pots outside my back door. It flowers almost all year - honestly - and unlike traditional perennial wallflowers, its flowers are scented like the biennial forms.

I'm not always the best in selecting a grouping of plants that will go together in one pot and look wonderful over time.  An easy way to make an impact is to find one plant and plant it in a container or pot by itself and then repeat it.

I'm not always the best in selecting a grouping of plants that will go together in one pot and look wonderful over time. An easy way to make an impact is to find one plant and plant it in a container or pot by itself and then repeat it.

"Erysimum 'Winter Orchid' is my new favourite plant, which I now have in pots outside my back door. It flowers almost all year - honestly - and unlike traditional perennial wallflowers, its flowers are scented like the biennial forms."

"Erysimum 'Winter Orchid' is my new favourite plant, which I now have in pots outside my back door. It flowers almost all year - honestly - and unlike traditional perennial wallflowers, its flowers are scented like the biennial forms."

How to Plant Bulbs in a Container - planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold!

How to Plant Bulbs in a Container - planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold!

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