During Jim Jermyn’s recent talk about Branklyn Garden in Scotland, many viewers expressed interest when he mentioned that seeds of many of the garden’s special plants are available for purchase. Below is a list of seeds (harvested 2021) which you can order from Jim at $5 Canadian dollars a packet.

Contact:
Jim Jermyn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Property Manager/Head Gardener
Branklyn Garden
116 Dundee Road,
Perth,
PH2 7BB

If you want to see the video of Jim’s wonderful presentation, login to www.onrockgarden.com where the Zoom meetings are available under the Members Only tab.

 

Allium insubricum

Anemone rivularis ‘Glacier’

Arisaema consanguineum

Bupleurum longifolium ‘Bronze Beauty’

Campanula formanekiana

Cardiocrinum giganteum

Cardiocrinum giganteum var. yunnanense

Clintonia andrewsiana

Corynabutilon vitifolium ‘Album’

Delphinium cashmerianum

Dianthus sylvestris

Dictamnus albus

Dysosma aurantiocaule

Erythronium ‘Kinfaun’s Pink’

Erythronium ‘Rosalind’

Erythronium revolutum

Erythronium revolutum ‘Johnsonii’

Gentiana verna

Gladiolus flanaganii

Incarvillea ‘Bees Pink

Incarvillea grandiflora var. brevipes

Incarvillea zhongdianensis

Kirengeshoma palmata

Lilium formosanum ‘Pricei’

Lilium lijiangense

Lilium martagon

Lilium monadelphum

Lilium regale

Lilium superbum

Meconopsis ‘Lingholm’

Meconopsis baileyi

Meconopsis baileyi ‘Alba’

Meconopsis baileyi ‘Margaret’s Mauve’

Meconopsis paniculata

Meconopsis staintonii ‘Alba’

Meconopsis sulphurea

Megacarpaea polyandra

Notholirion bulbiferum

Notholirion campanulatum

Paeonia veitchii

Platycodon grandiflorum

Primula ‘Big Eyes’

Primula ‘Bonfire’

Primula ‘Tibetan Homeland’

Primula alpicola var. alba

Primula alpicola var. violacea

Primula aurantiaca

Primula beesiana

Primula Bonfire Group

Primula bulleyana

Primula capitata

Primula chungensis

Primula florindae

Primula florindae Red Forms

Primula ioessa

Primula japonica ‘Valley Red’

Primula prolifera

Primula pulverulenta

Primula scotica

Primula sikkimensis

Primula vialii

Primula x bullesiana

Pulsatilla vulgaris

Ramonda myconi

Roscoea australis

Sinopodophylum hexandrum

Thalictrum delavayi

Trillium flexipes

Trillium kurabayashii

 

TBG open house

The Toronto Botanical Garden invites you to our Annual Holiday Market and Open House on Saturday and Sunday, December 4 and 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Enjoy a relaxing shopping experience with FREE admission!

More information here.

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The North American Rock Garden Society (NARGS) hosted a virtual conference on November 13th.

Click here to see who presented and to purchase your ticket to be able to watch the recordings of the presentations from 6 speakers.

Click here to read an article written by Adrian Higgins, garden writer for The Washington Post (Washington, DC, that is) on clematis. 

Clematis alpina closeup

 UPDATE:   Although the live webinar date has passed the recording are still available on their website.

 

On Wednesday, March 24th, a the second webinar was open to the public as well as to members. This one has a panel of experts discussing clematis pruning and how to use pruning to get the most from plants. The panel includes Linda Beutler of Oregon USA, Lyndy Broder of Georgia USA, and Peter Keeping of Ontario, Canada, with President Jeff Jabco moderating. The panel fields questions from participants and, hopefully, clear up many pruning misconce.

 

To access the this webinar and the first public webinar go to http://www.clematisinternational.com and select the link from the left side of the page index called  I.C.I.S. Webinars.  Once there follow the instructions for the free webinars.