New Varieties
“I love my garden but I don’t want to be a slave to it,” writes Tracy DiSabato-Aust in the September-October 2005 issue of Fine Gardening. The well-known garden designer/ writer echoes the theme for what’s hot in consumer gardening magazines this fall – low maintenance perennials that make a big statement.

As gardeners look out their windows, dreaming about spring planting, its time to think about brightening up the winter landscape. No wonder the recurring theme in current issues of Canadian consumer gardening magazines is shrubs and small trees for late fall, winter and early spring colour in the northern garden.
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