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Hydrangea anomala petiolaris # 2 gal. Mature size 8m x 1.8m Climbing plant flowering in July with flat-topped cluster of white fragrant flowers. Small aerial roots along the stems allowing it to cling to objects.
Canada is home to approximately 451 bird species and billions of individual birds. Despite their numbers, the threats leading to declines in North American bird populations continue to grow. These include loss of habitat, invasive species, pesticides, toxic chemicals, pollution, cat predation, decrease in insect prey numbers, climate change, disease and death resulting from man-made obstacles like wind turbines and impact with windows of buildings during migration. As a result, nearly 15 per cent of native bird species are at risk of extinction. There is something you can do to help improve life for birds in your area. For starters, incorporate trees and shrubs from CWF's new WILD About Birds collection into your garden and landscaping projects.
A classic tropical vine, mandevilla is a great way to add a splash of color to any sunny space suitable for a hanging basket or in your garden by transplanting into a container or garden by simply removing the Trellis. With big, showy blooms that continue all summer and the fact that the plant is low-maintenance makes it a top vine choice. Mandevilla vines have seen a great resurgence in popularity. Great for containers, Deer resistant. Mandevilla is usually grown as an annual because it dies when exposed to freezing temperatures, it can be overwintered indoors.
'Anne Greenaway' is an excellent choice for a tough yet showy ground cover. One of the best ground covers for hard to manage areas. This creeping Lamium forms a spreading patch of small brightly coloured leaves with light green centres surrounded by a chartreuse border and a striking silver swish up the centre. In the summer, clusters of delicate purple flowers will appear. Deer and rabbits will typically ignore this British selection as they will opt for tastier snacks. Once 'Anne Greenaway' has been established, it is drought tolerant. It will brighten up any shady area as it only requires 3-4 hours of morning sunlight each day. This easy-to-care plant is an excellent choice for an accent plant as it loves to spread and gently trail. Try it in a mixed container! When fully mature this Lamium will grow to 6-8 inches tall and 12-24 inches wide.