Perennials, annuals and shrubs to brighten your days!


Awaken your senses

Create a vertical garden space on your deck with colourful climbers, a few annuals or perennials with fragrant flowers and grasses that sway in the summer breeze.

Planting annuals in containers

Precious perennials

Successive bloom periods, gorgeous colours and textures: perennials are indispensable! Plant them everywhere – flowerbeds, borders and containers. Perennial ground covers are amazing too. Insect pollinators adore them, which is more good news for the garden!

Find out the true nature of perennials

pots terre cuite

Fall in love with an old classic: exciting new terracotta pots and planters

Ultra versatile terracotta pots are great for both indoor and outdoor plants. They promote plant health because clay is porous and allows the soil to breathe, actually letting air and moisture through the sides of the pot.


Next week flyer:

Large, small, sweet or slightly acidic, everyone loves blueberries! Growing these shrubs is straightforward, and they’ll be a great addition to the backyard. Containers work too! Go ahead and be tempted by any one of the delicious varieties to choose from.


Discoveries of the month

Echinacee prima ginger

'Prima Ginger' Coneflower

Honest, straightforward beauty! Extremely pretty, large, fragrant blooms emerge a soft orange and develop to a charming pink by way of pale red tones close to the centre. Plants are short with a clumping habit and multiple crowns. Wonderful in borders, because you can rely on a continuous bloom from June through October. Also excellent in mixed containers, massed plantings, and as accent plants.

Aronia melanocarpa
Aronia melanocarpa 'Low Scape Mound'
Sambucus nigra
Sambucus nigra ꞋLaced UpꞋ
Nepeta 'Cat’s Pajamas'

Pure inspiration

nuage de tempete

Storm shadow

Pink and purple flowers have always been the most popular, and this brilliant floral creation coordinates the two colours exquisitely. Perfect in a hanging basket and just as effective in a pot on the balcony. Ideally, containers should be at least 14" in diameter.

  • 1 x 'Meteor Shower' Verbena
  • 2 x Superbena 'Stormburst' Verbena
  • 2 x Supertunia 'Bordeaux' Petunia
  • 2 x 'Fairy Dust' Pink Cuphea