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This time of the season ushers in the blooming of one of my favourite flowers: the peony (Paeonia). From its spiky and tough first shoots, to its hard little buds, to its eventual full blooms, the peony is one of … Continue reading
I’ve begun to notice another spring bloom in gardens around the neighbourhood. Although its gruesome name may turn some off, Bleeding Heart (Lamprocapnos spectabilis) is a lovely perennial flower that begins to make its appearance in late spring or very … Continue reading