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Category Gardening
Type Plant or Flower
Style Classic
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What materials did you use? Plants.

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What are you most proud of? All work was done by myself and I won the City of Toronto Great Garden award for 2009. Just coming home to this makes me feel like a winner every day!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? A strong coffee, pencil and paper put your plans together and work from there.

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what's the name of the plant with the red flowers?... I had one before but I don't know the name.

06/14/2011 Flag

it looks like a Hibiscus ...... not too clear the picture... let me know if i am correct :)

06/14/2011 Flag

Fire Ball Hibiscus, they are so beautiful dinner plate size.

06/14/2011 Flag

Yes Fire Ball Hibiscus!

06/14/2011 Flag

OMG are those Daylilies in the foreground????

06/14/2011 Flag

The Yellow flowers are called Ligularia, it's a must have! I do have daylilies also.

06/14/2011 Flag

Omg! Marina. This is a beautiful sight to see. Wow! I have a very long way to go. Love it, love it, love it.

06/14/2011 Flag

Thanks Carmen!!! Gardening takes time hon and I'm doing something new every year.

06/15/2011 Flag

this is really gorgeous, love the hosta.Everything works very well together. I suspect you dont have a whole lot of space which makes it even better WOW!!

06/14/2011 Flag

Thanks! It's a very tiny front yard which made it a little more difficult to work with, but it came together. I believe that garden area is 18'x12' (216 sq.ft) in total, a scale down plan works best when planning a garden this size and research each plant growth size etc...

06/15/2011 Flag

simply gorgeous, i love it all, i wish i had a gre thumb

06/15/2011 Flag