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NIAGARA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY GARDEN TOUR
 

BY BRUCE ZIMMERMAN

The Niagara Horticultural Society held it's Annual Garden Tour. There were eight gardens from the shores of Lake Ontario to downtown Niagara on the Lake. Each garden had it's own personality which in the most part reflected their owners personalities.

These are some of my favourite shots of the gardens. They are just some of the one hundred and thirty pictures I took in just five hours.

Pink Climber in the Bartels Herbacous Perennial Border Hot Colour Arrangement In a Cool Garden - Bartels
I Wanted to Just Sit and Sip Cool Drinks - Bartels Fire Pit For Roasting Marshmallows! - Bartels
Soft and Cuddley Pink Arrangement - Bartels Front Shady Walk Giving the Impression That It Leads To A Lot More
Butterfly on a Dwarf Deutzia - Suba Basket Woven Privacy Wall - Exquisite - Klose
Pink Lupine and Hardy Geranium Tricolour Beech in the Sirignano Garden - Sirignano
Flawless Full Moon Maple in the Sirignano Garden Arundo Donax Ornamental Grass - Sirignano
Buddhas Hand Citron in the Greenhouse - Sirignano Hardy Orchid Stays Outside Year Round and Blooms in June
Burgundy Lace Japanese Maple - Sirignano Can You See the Plant Among the Pebbles - No Not the Flowers the Plant!
Arbour is the Focus Point In the Van Egmond Garden Scotch Thistle Is Almost as Tall as the Bird House
Firey Orange and  Yellow Rose - Turner A Step In Thyme Along the Path of Life? - Klose
Pink Caladium and Pond - Bellish - Patrick Mix Cut Flower Arrangement - Bellish-Patrick
Lirodendron - Tulip Tree Flower - Bellish-Patrick English Type Border Opposite the Stream - Martyn
Frontyard - Martyn Rheum Ornamental Rhubarb - Bellish-Patrick
Caladium- Acuba- Painted Fern Pocket Garden - Martyn Goutweed  Bed  Opposite Stream Garden - Martyn
Gazebo In a Mixed Border Garden - Turner Front Door Arrangement - Turner
Yellow Flowering Maple - Martyn Tea Rose - Martyn

Beauty, ideas and surprises were the benefits of this tour. I really enjoyed myself. My favorite garden was the Sirignano Garden.

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