Among the Perennials

Avid gardener Cathy Baggott has been a Seaway Farms customer for at least twenty years. Her mid-town St. Catharines garden is filled with a collection of perennials that she adds to or changes each growing season. Here is a selection of her recent and well-established choices in their habitat in June.

An avid Niagara Gardener shares her Garden Photos.  Thanks, Cathy!

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This is a balloon flower just two weeks after purchase.

This orange lily and its family is a long term resident of the mixed sun-shade section of the garden. This blossom is surrounded by a ground cover of plumbago which will have blue flowers in autumn.

This orange lily and its family is a long term resident of the mixed sun-shade section of the garden. This blossom is surrounded by a ground cover of plumbago which will have blue flowers in autumn.

Blue Veronica will bloom all summer and come back happily next year.

Blue Veronica will bloom all summer and come back happily next year.

Blue, yellow and white flowers combine dramatically. Bell flower, feverfew, primrose are seen here with a ground cover of snow-in-summer.

Blue, yellow and white flowers combine dramatically. Bell flower, feverfew, primrose are seen here with a ground cover of snow-in-summer.

Here is one of the more well-established perennial garden beds in the garden which show the varying levels of composition that can be created over years with strong perennials

Here is one of the more well-established perennial garden beds in the garden which show the varying levels of composition that can be created over years with strong perennials