Thank you to Felicity Gerard for creating this wonderful video about the Central Experimental Farm. Thanks also to Jane Panet of the Ottawa Garden Club for sharing it with us. Some beautiful photographs of Canadensis are included. Amazing!
The eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) fails as a Christmas tree. It drops its needles quickly after it is cut down. This leaves the species of canadensis without a Christmas tree for the holidays. Native to our eastern Canadian landscape, the silent “t” Tsuga canadensis of the Pinaceae family, nicknamed the hemlock spruce or Canadian hemlock,…
The flowering season has passed for Canadian Buffaloberry, but as the summer winds down, keep an eye open for its distinctive orange or red fruits. Buffaloberry – Shepherdia canadensis – is a deciduous shrub, growing 1-3 metres tall with erect to slightly spreading stems. The inconspicuous flowers appear in spring before the leaves have opened….
Canadensis is proud to be a Community Partner in support of the Ottawa Snowsuit Fund’s #SnowAngelOttawa Challenge.
It’s a cool way to keep Ottawa kids warm. Canadensis is a perfect place for you to make your snow angel. Please post to social media using the hashtags #SnowAngelOttawa and #Canadensis
It’s official! 2022 is the Year of the Garden in Canada. Canada is the first country ever to declare a national Year of the Garden!
In this special edition of ‘Canadensis Presents’ the spotlight is on Canadian gardens and garden champions. Special Guests: Alexander Reford, Gloria Beck, Susan Ellis, and Cheney Creamer.
It is not mistletoe, but we are passionate about it. Whether it is to beautify your garden or spice up a meal, you have to get the Cornus canadensis plant also referred to as Canadian bunchberry, crackerberry and Canadian dwarf cornel. Native to the United States, Asia and Canada, this plant is mainly found hiding…