Whistling Gardens

Last Wednesday Flamborough Horticultural Society invited Darren Heimbecker from Whistling Gardens. His presentation “Dwarf Conifers, Smaller Trees and Shrubs for Today’s Garden!” was so impressive that we came to visit his garden on Saturday.

I knew that Canada has five types of pines but the Garden showed us much-much more. Did you ever see curly needles? Or 6 inch long one? Or double-colored needles?

Curly pine
Curly pine
Long needles
This pine has five needles in each set, 6 inches long
Double colored pine
Two colors change each other in sharp manner several times on the same needle
You can also see Fauntain Show in the Gardens.


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