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Gardenimport Summer/Fall 2007
by Gardenimport.com
August 19, 2007

We may be well into summer, but we can nonetheless still remember our spring gardens.

There's always improvements to be made: whether you need some more colour or have dug a new bed and want to fill it, now is a great time to start planning.

Our new Summer/Fall catalogue is available now.

We've got 58 new introductions to tempt you. Here are some highlights:

Allium FORELOCK

An entirely new flower from the gifted Dutch hybridizer Peter Warmenhoven, creator of the fabulous Allium GLOBEMASTER. Each purple flower has a unique tuft at the top. Blooms for weeks in late May on sturdy 65-70cm (24-30") stems. Great for cutting.

New AMARYLLIS

These were incredibly popular last year and we sold out early. This year we've doubled our selection with the addition of 10 new varieties.

New DAFFODILS

Always a favourite in our garden, and we've managed to locate some rare, seldom-offered varieties.

New DAYLILIES

There are few better flowers for the mid-summer garden. These hardy plants are incredibly easy to grow in average soil. We've got 9 new introductions; many of them fragrant & reblooming.

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