What's in bloom at the Toronto Botanical Garden

>Nov. 10-17


In the Terrace Garden you will find:
Cotoneaster nanshan ‘Boer’ (Creeping Cotoneaster); an excellent berry bearer with bright long-lasting orange-red fruit

In the Nature Garden:

Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’ (Golden Twig Dogwood); also commonly known as Yellow Twig Dogwood, this variety demonstrates its best winter colour when planted in full sun
In the Nature Garden:
Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Flower), also known as Butterfly Milkweed, an Ontario native (North American wildflower) and a primary source of food for adult and juvenile Monarch Butterflies; orange or gold flowers turn to showy brown seed pods, shown here bursting with seed

In the Show Garden:

Pinus mugo ‘Aurea Fastigiata’ (Mountain Pine); a semi-dwarf Mugo Pine with light green needles turning golden in late and winter; Hardy to Zone 3

In the Show Garden:

Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’ (Stonecrop) an award winning chartreuse ground cover, proving her year-round charm


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