Another plant genus that was loving my new border this past year was the Trilliums. I had ordered a few new ones from Kevock in 2013 and they all made it through their first winter! Trillium recurvatum was not that impressive yet and naturally Trillium rivale was quite small, as it should be. Trillium kurabayashii […]
Monthly Archives: December 2014
This is the last vlog arrangement for this Christmas. It’s also the easiest and quite trendy. Go ahead and make one and have a wonderful Christmas! In the arrangement: 3 white Hyacinths Caribou moss Moss (green and ordinary, at least in Scandinavia) Decorative stones A silver colored square plate A little soil Merry Christmas!
I made three Christmas Arrangements this year. Two of them with white flowers, but this one is truly “christmassy-red”! It features: A pointsettia 3 small red Kalanchoe plants 2 Creeping wire vines (Muehlenbeckia) Asparagus sp. (the indoor plan version) moss A painted terracotta pot + indoor soil This is how I did it: I have […]
This is now my first vlog post! I’ve been thinking of adding videos to Cameragardening for quite a while. I’ve done videos for others, in Finnish, but these three videos, that show how to do Christmas arrangements are the first ones I’ve done in English. The light is horrible, but it is the darkest time […]
Last summer I visited Latvia with my favourite gardening society, Blomsterodlingens vänner. One of the highlights of the trip was seeing the splendidly restored Rundāle Palace and its fabulous gardens. The Rosarium was looking especially gorgeous during our visit. Latvia has a famous rose breeder in Dr. Dzidra Rieksta and seeing the Latvian hybrids at […]