GPOD pal Cherry Ong was in Toronto lately and despatched us these photographs from Centenary Park Conservatory. These are particularly from part of the greenhouse the place there was a seasonal show of spring flowers – lengthy earlier than the identical vegetation bloomed in Toronto. It is a wonderful escape from winter and a preview of spring.
Tulips (Tulip hybrids, Zones 3–8), daffodils (Narcissus hybrids, Zone 3–9) and crocuses (Saffron vernoZones 3–8) are all in full bloom, with hyacinths (Hyacinth orientalis, Zones 4–8) on the entrance nonetheless buttoned tight. Exterior, hyacinths would bloom lengthy earlier than tulips and crocuses could be lengthy gone, however by forcing them to bloom within the greenhouse, gardeners can create a fantasy backyard with them blooming all out of order.
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