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PerennialsPerennial flowers return year after year, forming the backbone of your garden. As long as they are planted correctly, perennials usually require very little maintenance. Every few years, if they become overcrowded, they need to be “divided” in spring or fall.

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Lavendar
Phlox
Echinacea
Hosta
Day Lilie's
Salvia
Sedum

ShrubsShrubs are small to medium-sized woody plants, larger than flower, but smaller than trees. They usually have several stems, not just one main stem or trunk, like a tree. A shrub can be less than a foot tall or up to 15 feet tall and may be evergreen or deciduous (dropping their leaves in the winter).

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Hydrangea
Weigela
Purple leaf sand cherry
Lilac

EvergreensEvergreens trees look like pine trees and are known to be ideal decorative trees for big gardens. This tree is known to be abundant in cold areas in the northern hemisphere, including Canada. The evergreen tree holds a distinction as one of the most-purchases species among other trees and shrubs because it has some benefits for the owner.

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Boxwood
Yews
Cedar
Cypress
Pine
Holly
Spruce
Rhododendron

RosesRoses come in a stunning array of shapes, sizes, and shades, making them a truly diverse flower and a favourite in yards across the country. There are more than 150 types of roses that grow as shrubby plants, climbers, and ground covers, so you can likely find space somewhere for roses in your garden (just don't forget to stop and smell them). 

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Knock outs
David Austens
Climbing roses
Double delight
Peace

HydrangeaHydrangeas are excellent for a range of garden sites, from group plantings to shrub borders to containers. Varieties abound (every year, it seems, breeders present us with more options!), and gardeners’ expectations of bloom size and color are boundless. To know how your hydrangea will grow, pay attention to the species, defined below, as some require different care. When you know what to expect, delights will be magnified.

Fruit TreesFruit trees should be carefully located in the garden for maximum exposure to full sunlight. Wet spots or poorly drained areas should be avoided as well as windy corners or areas where snow accumulations may be excessive. Fruit trees will grow well on a wide range of soil types if the soil is adequately drained. If possible, use tile under-drains to improve the natural drainage. Ridging and elevating the fruit tree area above the lot level improves depth of rooting and water movement in heavy soils. Apricot, cherry and peach are extremely sensitive to imperfectly drained soils and generally perform best on well-drained sandy loam soils.

Ornamental GrassOrnamental grasses are exceptionally hardy and able to grow in a variety of soil conditions. Most types are drought tolerant and free of insects and disease, and blend in well with other flowers and shrubs.

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Blood grass
Forrest grass
Fountain grass
Black mondo 

Ornamental TreesOrnamental trees are grown for their aesthetic value and the sheer enjoyment of having them in the garden. They may have outstanding flowers and fragrance, an interesting shape, colourful or unusual bark, excellent fall colour, or a combination of these and other features.

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Maple + Japanese maple
Oak
Birch
Locust
Dogwood
Magnolia